Support for FG up despite budget
on 26/10/2013 18:20:04
The RED C poll for tomorrow's Sunday Business Post isn't so fortunate for Labour who fall into single digits.
Fine Gael goes up two points to 29%, the highest score the party has had in a RED C poll in over a year.
Fianna Fáil remains unchanged on 23%, with Sinn Féin also unchanged on 17%. Labour loses a point to 9%, while Independents and others also drop to 22%.
Overall 59% felt the budget was unfair, especially women and older people.
But almost two thirds of voters don't trust the coalition to handle the economy.
On Doctor James Reilly, voters are split on his ability to run the Department of Health with 52% expressing confidence in him.