Survation 2020 Irish General Election Voting Intention Poll

Survation 2020 Irish General Election Voting Intention Poll


Survation has conducted a voting intention poll for the 2020 Irish General Election.


The distribution of first preference votes is as follows:


Sinn Féin 25%

Fianna Fáil 22%

Fine Gael 17%

Green Party 9%

Labour Party 6%

Solidarity–People Before Profit  5%

Social Democrats 3%

Independent Alliance 1%

Independent candidate 10%

Another Party 2%



These voting intention figures are net of respondents who stated that they were undecided or refused to state their voting intention. Respondents are statistically weighted by age, sex, region, 2016 General Election vote, and likelihood to vote in the 2020 General Election.



Survation conducted an online poll of 1,074 people aged 18+ living in the Republic of Ireland on their general election voting intention, on behalf of Sinn Féin. Fieldwork was conducted 27th January – 2nd February 2020. Full data tables and methodology are available here.



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