Monday, 22 September 2014

Government parties gain, independents fall in Irish Polling Indicator

Irish Polling Indicator, update 21 September 2014
Lines display estimates per party, shaded areas indicate 95% uncertainty margins


Fine Gael and Labour show increased popularity in opinion polls in the last months, the Irish Polling Indicator shows. Fine Gael is now on 26% with Labour at 8%, which represents a 3 percentage point increase for both parties compared to early June. Independents, meanwhile, have seen their support drop from 27% early June to 23% now. Sinn Féin support is now estimated at 22% and Fianna Faíl at 19%; neither party shows a significant change in support over the summer.