Fine Gael remains most popular party
The latest Red C poll in today's Sunday Business Post shows Fine Gael take the lead over Fianna Fail
The poll indicates there would be very little change if the Government called a snap election before Christmas.
The survey was conducted last week during the current crisis over the Tanaiste's handling of the McCabe controversy.
The paper's Political Editor, Michael Brennan says the two Government parties are locked very closely together with just one point between them - at 27 percent for Fine Gael and 26 percent for Fianna Fail.
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