FG clear favourite to win election, but wavering voters still have their doubts
There is a mood of unease in the main coalition party caused by a challenging response on the doorsteps
Published 24/01/2016 | 02:30
Like Fianna Fail last weekend, Fine Gael has had a good Ard Fheis and is in prime position to win more seats than any other party in the election and lead the next government.
So why is there still an air of anxiety within the party?
It may be down to general nervousness before any election, but it seems to be more guttural than that: indications that Fine Gael looks set to lose anything up to 20 seats is probably also contributing to the relative unease.