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Fianna Fail surge confirmed: Constituency-level analysis of Sunday Business Post-Red C and Sunday Times-Behaviour & Attitudes opinion polls (18th July 2016)

Adrian Kavanagh, 18th July 2016 (Updated: 30th July 2016) The July 7th  Irish Times-Ipsos MRBI opinion poll had shown the most dramatic movement in political party support levels since the February 26th General Election, pointing to a notable increase in support for Fianna Fail, … Continue reading

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The Noughties Coming Back as Fianna Fail surge?: Constituency-level analysis of Irish Times-Ipsos MRBI opinion poll (7th July 2016)

Adrian Kavanagh, 7th July 2016 You wait months for an opinion poll to show significant changes in party/grouping support levels and then, like Dublin Bus, two of them come at once! The series of Red C and Behaviour & Attitudes opinion polls carried out in the … Continue reading

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Good poll for largest parties, but a bad one for the independents: Constituency-level analysis of the Sunday Independent-Millward Brown opinion poll (3rd July 2016)

Adrian Kavanagh, 4th July 2016 After a series of Red C and Behaviour & Attitudes opinion polls showed little in the way of movement in terms of support levels for different parties and groupings, the first Sunday Independent-Millward Brown opinion poll since the February 26th election shows some notable shifts … Continue reading

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Little change heading into the Summer Recess…: Constituency-level analysis of Sunday Times-Behaviour & Attitudes opinion poll (26th June 2016)

Adrian Kavanagh, 1st July 2016 The April and May Sunday Times-Behaviour & Attitudes opinion polls had shown Fianna Fail edging ahead of Fine Gael, but Fine Gael regains the initiative in the latest in the latest in the series of Sunday Times-Behaviour & … Continue reading

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US 2016 Presidential Election: National Polls say “Clear Clinton win”, State-level Polls say “Close Contest”

Adrian Kavanagh, 29th June 2016 (Updated 6th July 2016 – see bottom of post) As we head towards the 2016 US Presidential Election in November, there seems to be different messages coming from national-level and state-level opinion polls.

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Fianna Fail draws level with Fine Gael: Constituency-level analysis of the Sunday Business Post-Red C opinion poll (29th May 2016)

Adrian Kavanagh, 30th May 2016 The latest in the series of Sunday Business Post-Red C opinion polls did not point to any dramatic changes in support levels since the previous such poll and indeed since the February 2016 election. Fianna Fail are seen … Continue reading

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Fianna Fail edging ahead?: Constituency-level analysis of the Sunday Times-Behaviour & Attitudes opinion polls (15th May/17th April 2016)

Adrian Kavanagh, 20th May 2016 With a new government now in place for a number of weeks, it is worthwhile now to review the trends observed in opinion polls carried out since the February 26th General Election. An earlier post … Continue reading

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