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Ireland is falling out of love with Sinn Fein

29 January 2024

11:35 PM

29 January 2024

11:35 PM

Is the Sinn Fein star starting to wane? Support for the party has hit its lowest level for four years according to a poll for the influential Business Post newspaper. While Sinn Fein still remains the most popular party in the Republic, it has dropped seven points since October 2023.

Sinn Fein can only be all things to all people for so long

A reason for the loss of support has been its prevarication around the question of immigration; riots gripped Dublin in late November after an attack by an Algerian man on three children in the heart of the city.

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