Opinion poll: Pandemic bonus short-lived for Coalition

From a high of 72% in June last year, satisfaction with Coalition has now fallen to 46%

National Development Plan launch: Tánaiste Leo Varadkar, Taoiseach Micheál Martin, Minister for Public Expenditure Michael McGrath and Minister for the Environment Eamon Ryan. File photograph: The Irish Times

National Development Plan launch: Tánaiste Leo Varadkar, Taoiseach Micheál Martin, Minister for Public Expenditure Michael McGrath and Minister for the Environment Eamon Ryan. File photograph: The Irish Times

One small step for Sinn Féin – up one point to 32 per cent – is enough to establish a considerable 10-point lead on Fine Gael, who drop five points to 22 per cent in the latest Irish Times/Ipsos MRBI poll.

Fianna Fáil are unchanged on 20 per cent, while the other main parties and groups register marginal gains – the Green Party is up one point to 7 per cent, Labour are up 1 point to four per cent, Social Democrats are up one point to 3 per cent, and Independents/Others are up three points to 16 per cent.

The Irish Times
Please subscribe or sign in to continue reading.
The Irish Times

How can I keep reading?

You’ve reached an article that is only available to Irish Times subscribers.

Subscribe today and get the full picture for just €1 for the first month.

Subscribe No obligation, cancel any time.