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Carlow Nationalist — Support for Sinn Féin drops in latest opinion poll

Michael Bolton

Support for Sinn Féin has dropped in the latest opinion poll, with a rise for Aontú and Independents.

The Red C poll for the Business Post shows support for Sinn Féin has dropped to 25 per cent, down three per cent in the previous month. They still remain the most popular party in the country.

Support for Fine Gael is down one point at 19 per cent, but the survey was conducted before Leo Varadkar resigned as party leader.

Fianna Fáil remains at 16 per cent, with the green party up by one to four per cent.

The poll was taken after the resounding no vote in the two referendums, with support for Aontú jumping to its highest level of five per cent.

This was also reflected in a rise of support for independents, who are now at 17 per cent.

The Social Democrats are down one to six per cent, with Labour also down one per cent to three per cent.

People Before Profit-Solidarity remains unchanged at three per cent.

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