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Opinion poll suggests support for Sinn Féin steadies

Sinn Féin has steadied its support following a recent decline, according to the latest opinion poll.

The RED C poll for the Business Post suggests that the party’s support rose back up by two points compared to last month, to 27%.

It followed a drop to 25% in January from a high of 36% in May 2022.

The poll suggests a two point drop of support for Fianna Fáil to 14% – its lowest point in almost two years.

There has been no major bounce for Fine Gael from its new leader, Simon Harris, with the party increasing its support by one point to 20%.

In continuing their recent upward trend, Independents are up by two points to 9% support, the poll suggests.

Support levels have not changed for the Social Democrats at 6%, and for the Labour Party at 3%.

The Green Party is down one point to 3%, Aontu is down one point to 4% and People Before Profit Solidarity has dropped one point to 4%.

The poll randomly interviewed a sample of 1,027 voters online between 19 and 25 April.

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