Sinn Féin support dips again in latest opinion poll

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Sinn Féin Support Dips Again In Latest Opinion Poll
In Sunday's Business Post Red C Poll shows Mary Lou McDonald's Party has dropped 4 points to 23 per cent. Photo: Collins
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Kenneth Fox

Support for Sinn Féin has fallen in yet another opinion poll.

In Sunday's Business Post Red C Poll shows Mary Lou McDonald's Party has dropped 4 points to 23 per cent.

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The party still tops the poll and is followed by Fine Gael on 22 per cent, up 2.

Fianna Fáil has gained 1 to 15 per cent support and the Social Democrats are on 5, down 1.

The Greens and Labour are both on 4 and both are up 1, while People Before Profit-Solidarity is on 3, a gain of 1.

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Aontú is down 1 to 3 per cent and Independent and others are on 19.

The poll was carried out between May 17th and 23rd.

It comes a week after the latest Irish Times/Ipsos B&A poll which also showed support for Sinn Féin continued to slump ahead of local and European elections in June, according to recent pollsl.

Across all polls, Sinn Féin is still ahead of rival parties but the party's continued decline this year has opened up a possible path to re-election for the current Government.

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