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Recent Polling And The Children’s Rights Referendum

Been quiet here for political commentary for the last while, but here’s a quick round-up of some stuff that’s been catching my eye. The latest Red C poll has two things of note for me. The first is the Fianna … Continue reading

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NFBs Dail Outlook Of The Week, 24 February

My last one, so this can serve as my prediction for the election tomorrow. Things effecting my thinking this week: -The final stabilisation of voting patterns. -Enda Kenny’s minor pension scandal. -The media’s attention on a sole FG government. -The … Continue reading

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NFB’s Dail Outlook Of The Week, 17 February

Right, just over a week to go. Things effecting my thinking this week. -The Fine Gael/Labour cat fighting. -The polls (Only in general) -The betting (always a more accurate estimation of local support) -The debates. -The media attention on an FG-only … Continue reading

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Debates, Defence And Daring Do (10 Days To Election)

So, the debate. A decent interaction, though I would criticise the decision to allow the participants only 45 seconds per answer. All kind of rushed in parts. The questions were fine, if a little limited. I wonder if we couldn’t add a … Continue reading

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