Tuesday 21 November 2017

Based on these numbers, another Fine Gael-Labour coalition would fall far short

Based on this estimate, a potential Fine Gael-Labour coalition (48 seats) would be a very long way short of the number of seats required to form a government (79 seats) in the next Dáil
Based on this estimate, a potential Fine Gael-Labour coalition (48 seats) would be a very long way short of the number of seats required to form a government (79 seats) in the next Dáil

Adrian Kavanagh

Yesterday's 'Sunday Independent'-Millward Brown opinion poll offered different messages to the various parties and groupings.

Having experienced improving fortunes in opinion polls in the first half of 2015, Fine Gael lost ground in this one, reflecting a trend that was also evident in the recent Red C opinion poll.

There were, by contrast, notable gains evident for the 'Independents and Others' grouping.

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