Over 1,000 voters were polled between Monday and Wednesday of this week. It’s the first poll since Health Minister, Leo Varadkar came out as gay last week.
Red C says Fine Gael would take 24% of their vote – unchanged based on a similar poll last week, but up 3% compared to the last poll five weeks ago.
Labour are on 9% – still in low territory, but up three points from last month and one point compared to last week.
Fiann Fail still fails to make any ground. At 19% the party is up just one point compared to last week, and unchanged since last month.
The most dramatic drop across the month is Sinn Féin, down one point in a week – but down four points compared to before Christmas.
Independents and others are on 28% – but new movements from Lucinda Creighton and Shane Ross have yet to make a mark.