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With numbers this low, there is no good option: Up to 74% will be unhappy with whatever option is chosen...
Poll on second election
Voters want the parties to form a stable government with fewer than two in 10 people wanting another general election, according to the Business Post's latest Red C poll. Some 26 per cent favour a grand coalition involving Fianna Fáil and Fine Gael and smaller parties. Another 26 per cent favour a Sinn Féin-led left-wing government, while 19 per cent of voters say they would prefer a coalition involving Fianna Fáil, Sinn Féin and smaller parties. Just 15 per cent saying they would prefer another election.

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