POLL: Fine Gael and Labour see significant rise in support
There has been a considerable rise for Fine Gael and Labour in the latest opinion poll.
Fianna Fáil, Sinn Féin and Independents all lose support in the Behaviour and Attitudes Survey for tomorrow's Sunday Times.
The poll was carried out between November 30 and December 9.
Fine Gael goes up 5 points to 31%, while Labour gains a point to 8%.
Satisfaction with the Government goes up by seven points to 35%, while the Taoiseach and Tánaiste's satisfaction ratings go up four and five points.
Fianna Fáil lose a point to 19%, Sinn Féin are down four to 17%, Independents and others are down two to 24%.
Within that the Anti Austerity Alliance People Before Profit go from 8% to 4% and the Greens go from 1% to 4%.
But the poll also shows that with the election around the corner there is still a lot to play for as undecided people make up more than a quarter of all those surveyed.