Taoiseach Enda Kenny is under further pressure after a new opinion poll shows Fine Gael trailing Fianna Fáil.
Just a day after being forced to issue a statement clarifying there would be no coalition with Sinn Fein – the RED C survey in today’s Sunday Business Post has Fianna Fáil up three points on 27 %, with Fine Gael down a point to 24%.
The Independent Alliance is down from 4% to 3%.
Sinn Féin drop two points to 14%, with non aligned independents going up two to 14%.
Labour’s unchanged on 5%, the People Before Profit Anti Austerity Alliance drops one to 4%, the Greens go up one to 4% and the Social Democrats are unchanged on 4% – while Renua goes up one point to 1%.