Inverting the figures

Fianna Fáil must be collectively slapping itself on the back today.

A poll shows they are “the most popular party” in the state.

Excluding the undecided, the poll shows -

  • Fianna Fáil – 26%
  • Fine Gael – 25%
  • Sinn Féin – 18%
  • Labour – 10%
  • Greens – 1%
  • Independents and others – 20%

Let us just have a little glance at the other side of the coin.

  • 83% remember Fianna Fáil as the worst party in the history of the state
  • 84% have seen Fine Gael for what they are.
  • 94% would not vote for Labour under any circumstances.
  • 88% would not give Sinn Féin their vote.
  • 99% say the Greens are a waste of space.
  • 86% don’t trust any others.

Cause for celebration in Fianna Fáil Headquarters?

Or a damming indictment of Irish politics?

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Inverting the figures — 7 Comments

  1. The problem Grandad is voter turnout if the 83% don't come out to vote. I think at the next election you will get a very low turnout, but I will just be happy to see all them Liebour traitors kicked out for good.

    • Abstaining from voting is a valid form of protest, though it does have one enormous drawback – the people who do vote then lumber us with the idiots of their choice.

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