The party is still way behind Fine Gael but the poll also shows that two-thirds of voters think this Government has broken tax promises made during the general election campaign.
Fine Gael is on 32%, up one point on the last Red C poll, Fianna Fail has rise four points to 18% – pushing Labour back down to joint third on 15%, down two points. Sinn Féin’s support is down one to 15%.
More than 1,000 voters nationwide were interviewed by Red C between Monday and Wednesday for the poll.
Fianna Fáil are at their highest rating since October last year.
Independents and others are holding their own on 20% support, down two points.
On issues, almost two thirds of voters said the Government should review the Croke Park Agreement and further reduce public sector costs. 33% disagree with those statements, with 2% undecided.
Asked if the Government appeared to have broken the taxation promises made during the general election campaign, 66% said they had, 32% said they had not and 2% did not know.Tags: