FG 32, LAB 24, SF 16, FF 13, RED C in Sun

Poll sees Fianna Fáil support fall further
Updated: 23:10, Thursday, 2 December 2010
An opinion poll out tomorrow shows support for Fianna Fáil at its lowest level ever and puts the party in fourth place behind Sinn Féin.
Brian Cowen – 8% of people polled want FF leader to continue as Taoiseach
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Nine News: Poll puts Fianna Fáil at lowest ranking ever

An opinion poll out tomorrow shows support for Fianna Fáil at its lowest level ever and puts the party in fourth place behind Sinn Féin.
The Red C Poll for the Irish Sun shows Fianna Fáil on 13%, a drop of 3% on the last poll almost two weeks ago.
Fine Gael are on 32% per cent, down one, while Labour are also down three to 24%.
The Greens remain unchanged, while support for Sinn Féin has jumped by five points to 16%, putting them in third position.
Independents and others have also seen a rise in support of three points.
Support for Brian Cowen to continue as Taoiseach, meanwhile, is down to 8%.
Eamon Gilmore remains the most popular choice as Taoiseach. He is up from 39 to 41%.
Enda Kenny has also jumped two points, and was the choice of 25% of people polled.