No separating FF and FG in new poll

Fianna Fáil and Fine Gael are neck and neck in an opinion poll to be published tomorrow.

The survey for the Irish Times puts Fianna Fáil and Independents up with Fine Gael and Labour down and Sinn Féin unchanged.

The IPSOS/MRBI poll for the Irish Times was conducted on Tuesday and yesterday, right in the midst of the motion of no confidence debate in Alan Shatter.

Since the last poll in December Fine Gael go down five points to 25%, the party's lowest rating since June of last year.

Fianna Fáil's tied in first place, up three points, with Independents and others also going up a similar amount to 21%.

Sinn Féin sees no change in its support, also on 21%, while Labour drops one point to 8%.

Satisfaction with the Government is down four to 22% while Micheal Martin, Gerry Adams, and Eamon Gilmore's personal satisfaction rating is up, however the Taoiseach Enda Kenny is down.

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