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Fianna Fáil dips in support in latest opinion poll
The Red C poll for the Sunday Business Post indicates Fianna Fáil remains the most popular party with a reduced approval numbers of 27%.
Some landlords are demanding tenancy deposits of three months up front
A survey has also shown that 60% of people have had problems getting their deposit returned.
Fianna Fáil is now Ireland's most popular party
A new opinion poll puts them three points ahead of Fine Gael.
Fianna Fáil is now level with Fine Gael in popularity
The news comes in the findings from a Red C opinion poll conducted for the Sunday Business Post.
Ireland's breakfast habits: We love rashers on weekends but toast tops the pile
New Bord Bia research looks at the nation’s morning eating habits.
More bad news for Labour in the latest opinion poll
Is a Fine Gael Fianna Fáil coalition on the horizon?
With 10 days left, the latest poll is very bad news for Fine Gael
The party has dropped five points since the election started.
The results of the first poll taken DURING the election aren't great news for the coalition
Fianna Fáil get a slight boost, and there’s no change for Sinn Féin.
There's bad news for Fine Gael and Labour in the latest polls
With the election looming, the government parties have taken a hit in two separate polls out this evening.
Support for Fine Gael and Labour has now risen above 40%
Sinn Féin have also fared well in the latest opinion poll.
Almost half of Irish people would house a refugee
About the same proportion also feel economic migrants strengthen Ireland.
Mattie McGrath is wondering if someone is trying to kidnap or assassinate him
McGrath said a Red C poll carried out in his Tipperary constituency is “a bit sinister”.
After weeks of good news, a new poll makes grim reading for Fine Gael
But most people want the current coalition to be reelected.
Support for Sinn Féin and Labour has taken a hit in latest Red C poll
Support for Fine Gael has remained consistent.
Fine Gael and Labour have surged in the latest poll
The poll is the first one since last week’s same-sex marriage referendum.
How did the polls change in the run up to other recent referendums?
History has shown us they’re not exactly a perfect science.
Why has support for Fine Gael and Labour fallen?
Analysis: Support for the coalition parties took an unexpected turn in the poll published over the weekend.
The latest poll is bad for the government and REALLY good for Sinn Féin
Support for the coalition has dropped in the last month according to a poll in tomorrow’s Sunday Business Post.
There's MORE good news for Enda and Joan in the latest opinion poll
Shane and Lucinda, maybe not so much.
Irish people are optimistic things are going to be better next year
Good luck with that.
Support for Labour and Fine Gael drops in latest Red C poll
But there’s another poll too…
This infographic shows which groups in Ireland are struggling most
The latest Red C poll found most people are feeling positive about the country’s finances – but not about their own.
Support for Fine Gael is dropping like a stone, they're down 4% in the last month
Sinn Féin is the only party to record a rise in support.
Most people think the country is 'generally on the right track'
What do you think? Agree? Disagre?
Ever had a tough time getting a deposit back from a landlord? You're not alone...
It can be a frustrating process — and it looks like around two thirds of us have had some experience in the area…
One in four people are struggling to make ends meet - survey
However, a Red C/Sunday Business Post survey today also reveals that 41% a third are comfortable.
Does religion play a negative role in our society? 36% of Irish people think so
Older people are far more positive towards the role of religion in society.
Coalition approval rating remains steady in latest polls
While both parties gained in the the Sunday Business Post/Red C survey, Sinn Féin were the only party to gain points in the Sunday Times/Behaviour and Attitudes poll.
59% in new poll think you're not homophobic if you oppose gay marriage
Opinions on whether or not same-sex couples should be allowed to marry remain unchanged since the last poll.
Fine Gael tops latest poll as Taoiseach sees jump in satisfaction levels
Tánaiste Eamon Gilmore also saw an increase in satisfaction levels though his party received just ten per cent of the first preference vote.
No more austerity, not even for the sake of the euro
A new Red C poll of Irish adults finds that just 27 per cent of Irish people would support cuts to save the euro.
Good news for Labour in new opinion poll, FF and SF both down
More than half of those questioned said they approved of the Government’s actions in leading the country out of the EU/IMF bailout.
First poll finds large majority in favour of same sex marriage
More than three quarters of voters support the introduction of same-sex marriage in Ireland with 18 per cent saying they oppose it.
Post-Budget poll sees Labour slip to single-figure support
Fine Gael, on the other hand, have seen support climb by two points.
Almost 80 per cent against Irish support for war in Syria
The Red C poll commissioned by the Peace and Neutrality Alliance found almost 80 per cent reject Irish support for a war in Syria without a UN mandate.
Fewer than one third of people support public sector pay cuts
A new opinion poll has also found that the majority of respondents want the government to try to renegotiate the Croke Park pay agreement.
The Evening Fix... now with added double rainbow in Dublin
Here are the things we learned, loved and shared today.
Nearly 30 per cent do not intend to pay property tax - poll
Two-thirds of those polled by Red C for the Sunday Business Post think the measure is an unfair tax.
Support for Fianna Fáil and Sinn Féin falls in latest Red C poll
The poll in tomorrow’s Sunday Business Post puts the two main opposition parties behind Fine Gael while Labour’s support has jumped by one percentage point in the last month.