Monthly Archives: May 2010

Ireland and Eurovision: Where Have All The Votes Gone?

Back in 1997, when Marc Roberts finished 2nd in the Point to Katrina and the Waves, Ireland were the undoubted kingpins of the Eurovision Song Contest (ESC) – having won the contest four times in the previous five years and holding the record for the most Eurovision wins of any country (7).  It seemed then as […]

Making The Red C Poll Geographical: How Poll Figures Might Apply At The Constituency Level

The Red C Poll, published in The Sunday Business Post on Sunday May 2nd suggests that support for Labour is now at a higher level than that of Fianna Fail, and suggests that, should a general election be held tomorrow, that Fianna Fail, the party who has won the largest number of votes and Dail seats […]