Public fury over housing sees government take poll beating as Sinn Fein soars ahead, FF should Worry, especially the Sheep Backbenchers?

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A new poll has seen Sinn Fein open up a ten point gap over Fine Gael, as weeks of controversy over housing saw all government parties take a hit.Mary Lou McDonald, Eamon Ryan, Leo Varadkar, Micheal Martin are posing for a picture© Provided by

The Sunday Times/Behaviour and Attitudes shows Sinn Féin retaining the most support at 34%, which is up four points since the last comparable poll in mid-May.

Fine Gael is down four points on 24%, while Fianna Fáil dropped two points to stand at 20%.Pic: Gareth Chaney/Collins© Provided by Pic: Gareth Chaney/Collins

The Green Party is down one to 4% while the Social Democrats are also at 4% which is a rise of two points for that party.

Independents and others are up one point to 9%.

Labour are on 3% support with Solidarity-PBP and Aontú all on 1%.

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