Fianna Fáil enjoys surge in support in latest public opinion poll
Fine Gael remains the most popular party in the country.
Fianna Fáil has reclaimed significant ground among Irish citizens.
Micheál Martin's party has seen its support rise to the highest level since July of 2016, according to the latest Sunday Business Post / Red C opinion poll, which puts Fianna Fáil up by three points to an overall of 29%.
Fine Gael, meanwhile, remains the best-supported party in Ireland on 32%.
The poll of 1,000 adults was conducted over telephone between 15 - 22 February when Fianna Fáil struck a chord with the public for its opposition against the sale of distressed mortgages to unregulated vulture funds.
Elsewhere in the poll, despite new leader Mary Lou McDonald being met with public acclaim following an appearance on The Late Late Show, Sinn Féin are down by one point to 14%, while the Labour Party holds steady at 6%.
The full breakdown of the Sunday Business Post / Red C poll is as follows:
Fine Gael: 32% (-)
Fianna Fáil: 29% (+3)
Sinn Féin: 14% (-1)
Independents: 10% (+1)
Labour: 6% (-)
Independent Alliance: 3% (-)
Social Democrats: 2% (-)
Green Party: 2% (-2)
Solidarity-People Before Profit: 1% (-2)
Renua: 1% (+1)