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SBP/RedC Poll April 29, 2017

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All the movement, bar a fall in Inds is within the MOE…

FF 28% [+2]

FG 24% [NC]

SF 18% [+1}

IND 10% [-3]

LP 6% [NC]

SOLIDARITY-PBP 4% [NC]

SOC DEMS 4%

GP 3%

RENUA! 1%

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1. Paddy Healy - April 30, 2017

Be careful not to compare Red C Core Vote with core votes from other polling companies. “Will not vote”s have already een excluded in Red C to arrive at “Core Vote”. That is why the “undecideds” in Red C “core votes”are typically 10% below undecideds in other core votes.
Opinion Poll Analysis http://wp.me/pKzXa-jh

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2. Aengus Millen - April 30, 2017

I like the idea of a fall in support for independents but basically same old same old.

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3. Paddy Healy - April 30, 2017

I Can’t Find “Core Vote” in SB Post-not up on line
Can anybody help?

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Liberius - April 30, 2017

Check Red C’s website on Monday or Tuesday, they usually upload the info pdf then; although sometimes they can be tardy.

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4. Paddy Healy - May 1, 2017

As expected “undecideds” are 12 % in Red C as against 24% (will not vote-don’t Know-Undecided) in the B&A poll taken 3 weeks ago.
Red C only include those who say they definitely will vote in the CORE VOTE(the8 ,9,10s on a scale of 1 to 10)
It is not possible to validly compare Red C Core Vote and Core votes from other polling companies.

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5. Paddy Healy - May 15, 2017

No Significant Change in May B&A Poll-Labour Drop Below 3% in Core Vote for First Time This Year
Discussion http://wp.me/pKzXa-jh
B&A Poll May 14 Margin of Error c. 3%
FF FG Lab SF Other/GR Undecided
Core% 21.7 22.4 2.9 14.9 15.5 22.6
Sinn Féin Core Vote 5 times that of Labour!!!

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