Fianna Fáil leader Micheál Martin, Fine Gael leader and Taoiseach Leo Varadkar, and Sinn Féin president Mary Lou McDonald at the RTÉ Prime Time debate on Tuesday night
British market research agency Survation has announced the results of an online poll it conducted on behalf of Sinn Féin between January 27-February 2.
A total of 1,074 people aged 18+ living in the Republic of Ireland were quizzed on their General Election 2020 voting intentions.
It found the distribution of first preference votes as follows:
Sinn Féin 25%
Fianna Fáil 22%
Fine Gael 17%
Green Party 9%
Labour Party 6%
Solidarity–People Before Profit 5%
Social Democrats 3%
Independent Alliance 1%
Independent candidate 10%
Another Party 2%
G’wan ‘Another Party’.