Sinn Féin is currently the most popular political party in Ireland, according to the lates poll carried out by Red C and the Sunday Business Post.
Sinn Féin are up by 4 points to 33%, giving them a substantial lead over Fine Gael.
Fine Gael are down 3% to 25%.
Fianna Fáil remain well behind the leading two parties, suffering a further 1% drop in support to just 12%.
The Social Democrats increased support by 1% to 6% of the overall share, while the Labour Party remained at 5%.
The Green Party also suffered a 1% drop, bringing their total to 4%.
The combined vote of the three parties in Government – Fianna Fáil, Fine Gael and the Green Party – is just 41%, which is the lowest figure it has been since the Government was formed.
IMAGE – “Sinn Féin President Mary Lou McDonald and Vice President Michelle O’Neill” by Sinn Féin is licensed under CCBY2.0