James Downey: Fine Gael, with or without Labour -- that's the choice
ANY remaining doubts about voting intentions in the general election on Friday must surely be dispelled by the findings of the Irish Independent/Millward Brown Lansdowne opinion poll published here today.
It not only tells us a great deal about the likely -- one might well say certain -- voting patterns. It also tells us a great deal about the public mood, about how the voters have made their decisions and even about when they made them.
For its most striking feature is that it differs only insignificantly from the last poll in the series, published a week ago.