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  • Poll - Most Outstanding Female TD of 31st Dail
    Quote 16 01 2016 06 59 PM 12 Dr FIVE View Profile View Forum Posts Private Message Moderator Join Date Nov 2010 Location in the national interest Posts 17 571 Re Poll Most Outstanding Female TD of 31st Dail Clare Daly far and away the best TD in the Dáil full stop Catherine Murphy s impact has been significant but for only the last year or so Daly has been hard at it since 2011 I wrote this last year on her prochoice work alone but when you take the garda stuff and other issues into account no one else comes close None of her Bills or amendments were ever likely to pass but along with similar efforts from Joan Collins Mick Wallace and Ruth Coppinger she has forced open a space for discussion and political pressure that wasn t there previously The silence and stigma is being challenged slowly and she has made the abortion question visible in a political culture that chooses instead to lurch from one excruciating case to the next In this sense she has shown up the hand wringers and time servants of Irish politics The very same who routinely accuse people like her of having no constructive contribution to make She has upset a political consensus that shuns real conflict a consensus that prefers to focus on the more important issues She has exposed as false the monopoly that the Labour Party liked to claim for themselves on certain issues and most importantly she has been speaking for thousands of women who have never been properly represented in Irish politics Over the last few years we have been inundated with plenty of opinions but very little commitment on political reform Acres of coverage and debate around the same narrow proposals There is real foundation for worries about how impotent the Dáil process is but it must be said that very often this talk reinforces a sort of helplessness and TINA Again I must underline that Clare Daly is not alone in prochoice activism more broadly but inside parliament a woman and independent socialist TD keeping abortion a headline issue is very much at odds with the accepted wisdom of powerless politicians and irrelevant opposition Reply With Quote 17 01 2016 11 58 AM 13 C Flower View Profile View Forum Posts Private Message Administrator Join Date Feb 2010 Location Rockall Posts 74 918 Re Poll Most Outstanding Female TD of 31st Dail I m saying Clare Daly as she is a TD who does not tie herself to the limits of Dail debate and continues with direct action outside the Dail Interesting to look at the women as a group Are they politically any different to the men We cannot withdraw our cards from the game Were we as silent and mute as stones our very passivity would be an act Jean Paul Sartre Reply With Quote 17 01 2016 05 34 PM 14 TotalMayhem View Profile View Forum Posts Private Message Visit Homepage Senior Member Join Date Jul 2010 Location Out of my mind Posts 11 813 Re Poll Most Outstanding Female TD of 31st Dail Originally Posted by Frankie Lee I had to google her After googling the lot of them I d say Helen McEntee by far the cutest Thus all which you call Sin Destruction in brief Evil that is my true element Reply With Quote 17 01 2016 07 06 PM 15 C Flower View Profile View Forum Posts Private Message Administrator Join Date Feb 2010 Location Rockall Posts 74 918 Re Poll Most Outstanding Female TD of 31st Dail Originally Posted by TotalMayhem After googling the lot of them I d say Helen McEntee by far the cutest She is at least honest and made a point of telling the truth about her father not being hounded by the internet We cannot withdraw our cards from the game Were we as silent and mute as stones our very passivity would be an act Jean Paul Sartre Reply With Quote Page 1 of 2 1 2 Last Jump to page Quick Navigation Forthcoming General Election 2014 2016 Top Site Areas Settings Private Messages Subscriptions Who s Online Search Forums Forums Home Forums Political World Our Forum Community Welcome and Introductions Using this Forum Please Read Before Posting Events and 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  • Poll - Most Outstanding Female TD of 31st Dail - Page 2
    Topic Members Only Sports Bar Members Only Premoderated Threads Irish Politics News Politics and Current Affairs Irish Politics The State of the Nation The Presidency The Oireachtas The Daíl and Senate Oireachtas Weekly Schedules 31st Daíl Department of Transport and Communications Department of Finance The Department of the Taoiseach Department of Agriculture Food and the Marine Department of Public Services and Reform Department of Communications Energy and Natural Resources Department of Health Department of Education Department of Environment Housing Planning Department of Justice and Defence An Garda Siochána Department of Social Protection The Good Friday Agreement Irish Politics Politics of the North Information and Data Resources Irish Government Local Government in Ireland Ireland Political Parties and Groups Fine Gael The Green Party Fianna Fail Sinn Fein Amhrán Nua The Socialist Party The Labour Party Fís Nua Eirigí The Workers Party Workers Solidarity Movement Irish Liberal Party Direct Democracy Ireland The Peoples Movement The Peoples Alliance Democracy Now Spanish Irish Group Claiming Our Future Independents United Left Alliance ULA Conference 2012 Pre Conference Discussion Threads Irish Republican Socialist Party 32CSM NI21 Communist Party of Ireland The Peoples Convention WUAG Libertas Ganley CAWHT The Freeman Movement Attack the Tax Official Republican Movement Party Coalitions and Alliances The 1916 Societies CAPTA The Anti Austerity Alliance The Daíl Technical Group Republican Sinn Fein Independent Alliance Renua Traveller Groups and Issues Democratic Unionist Party SDLP Alliance Party Traditional Unionist Voice Conservative and Ulster Unionist Party RNU People Before Profit Socialist Workers Party The Pirate Party Trade Unions and Related Organisations INTO ICTU SIPTU IMPACT The Independent Workers Union Irish National Union of the Unemployed CPSU UNITE The Trade Union Left Forum Mandate Economy and Employment Ireland the EFSF and the IMF World Economy European Economy The Irish Economy Exchequer Figures and Other Irish Economic Data The IFSC and German Banks in Ireland Privatisation PPPs and Outsourcing The Irish Oligarchy NAMA The National Asset Management Agency Anglo Irish Bank Scandal Irish Banks Crisis Not inc Anglo Irish Employment and Unemployment The Irish Bank Guarantee Mortgages and Personal Debt Irish Economic Overview and Analysis Sovereign Debt Irish Construction Industry and Property Price Rises and Drops inflation deflation Irish Budget 2014 Irish Budget 2016 Irish Budget 2015 Irish Budget 2013 Transport and Infrastructure Irish Budget 2011 2012 and 4 Year Plan 2011 2015 Elections and Referenda Forum Irish National Opinion Polls Forthcoming General Election 2014 2016 Carlow Kilkenny Constituency Forum Cavan Monaghan Constituency Forum Clare Constituency Forum Cork East Constituency Forum Cork North Central Constituency Forum Cork North West Constituency Forum Cork South Central Constituency Forum Cork South West Constituency Forum Kerry Constituency Forum Donegal Constituency Forum Dublin Fingal Constituency Forum Roscommon Galway Constituency Forum Dublin Rathdown Constituency Forum Dublin Bay South Constituency Forum Dublin Bay North Constituency Laois Constituency Forum Offaly Constituency Forum Tipperary Constituency Forum Limerick County Constituency Forum Sligo Leitrim Constituency Forum Dublin South Central Constituency Forum Dublin Central Constituency Forum Dublin Mid West Constituency Forum Dublin South West Constituency Forum Dublin North West Constituency

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  • SBP/Red C 06/02/16: Fine Gael 31 (+2) Labour 10 (-) Fianna Fail 17 (-) Sinn Fein 17 (-2) Inds/others 25 (-)
    propaganda dept for FG than a legitimate polling company Reply With Quote 07 02 2016 02 26 AM 9 Shaadi View Profile View Forum Posts Private Message Senior Member Join Date Oct 2011 Posts 3 129 Re SBP Red C 06 02 16 Fine Gael 31 2 Labour 10 Fianna Fail 17 Sinn Fein 17 2 Inds others 25 Originally Posted by riposte Yeah of course I know that but the general public when asked by a polling company wouldn t have a clue who was in the Alliance I think they have 10 or 12 but nobody knows who they are like people in Kerry and Cork and Galway are not going to be voting for Shane Ross They ve got quite a cast of household names and will have a serious amount of TDs in the next Dail and a lot of existing TDs and high profile characters They ll be bigger than AAA PBP bigger than Renua and Social Democrats combined I estimate they ll take roughly 80 000 votes or 4 http www independentalliance ie our candidates Last edited by Shaadi 07 02 2016 at 02 29 AM Reply With Quote Yesterday 04 53 PM 10 Shaadi View Profile View Forum Posts Private Message Senior Member Join Date Oct 2011 Posts 3 129 Re SBP Red C 06 02 16 Fine Gael 31 2 Labour 10 Fianna Fail 17 Sinn Fein 17 2 Inds others 25 Core Polling Data from this Red C FG 27 SF 17 FF 15 Lab 8 Inds 14 Renua less than 1 AAA PBP 1 SDs 2 Greens 1 Undecided 15 Have to say the Core results for AAA PBP are ridiculously low given their likely GE result as is the Renua figure Reply With Quote Today 09 55 AM 11 fluffybiscuits View Profile View Forum Posts Private Message Senior Member Join Date Aug 2011 Location hiding inside Brendan Gleesons underwear drawer Posts 13 464 Re SBP Red C 06 02 16 Fine Gael 31 2 Labour 10 Fianna Fail 17 Sinn Fein 17 2 Inds others 25 Originally Posted by Shaadi Core Polling Data from this Red C FG 27 SF 17 FF 15 Lab 8 Inds 14 Renua less than 1 AAA PBP 1 SDs 2 Greens 1 Undecided 15 Have to say the Core results for AAA PBP are ridiculously low given their likely GE result as is the Renua figure Polls are proven to be unreliable and thus are to be taken with a pinch of salt these days Nothing proved this more than when the Tories romped home in the UK after polls showed they would just about get in AAA PBP will take around 4 of the vote Renua are not going to get anywhere they might get one seat if they are just about lucky What Im interested to see is where the Undecided all go for in this general election History is the only true teacher the revolution the best school for the proletariat Rosa Luxembourg Reply With Quote Quick Navigation Irish National Opinion Polls Top Site Areas Settings Private Messages Subscriptions Who s Online Search Forums Forums Home Forums Political World Our Forum Community Welcome and Introductions Using this Forum Please Read Before Posting Events and Campaigns Political World Group Blog Political World Video Channel Off Topic Members Only Sports Bar Members Only Premoderated Threads Irish Politics News Politics and Current Affairs Irish Politics The State of the 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United Left Alliance ULA Conference 2012 Pre Conference Discussion Threads Irish Republican Socialist Party 32CSM NI21 Communist Party of Ireland The Peoples Convention WUAG Libertas Ganley CAWHT The Freeman Movement Attack the Tax Official Republican Movement Party Coalitions and Alliances The 1916 Societies CAPTA The Anti Austerity Alliance The Daíl Technical Group Republican Sinn Fein Independent Alliance Renua Traveller Groups and Issues Democratic Unionist Party SDLP Alliance Party Traditional Unionist Voice Conservative and Ulster Unionist Party RNU People Before Profit Socialist Workers Party The Pirate Party Trade Unions and Related Organisations INTO ICTU SIPTU IMPACT The Independent Workers Union Irish National Union of the Unemployed CPSU UNITE The Trade Union Left Forum Mandate Economy and Employment Ireland the EFSF and the IMF World Economy European Economy The Irish Economy Exchequer Figures and Other Irish Economic Data The IFSC and German Banks in Ireland Privatisation PPPs and Outsourcing The Irish Oligarchy NAMA The National Asset Management Agency Anglo Irish Bank Scandal Irish Banks Crisis Not inc Anglo Irish Employment and Unemployment The Irish Bank Guarantee Mortgages and Personal Debt Irish Economic Overview and Analysis Sovereign Debt Irish Construction Industry and Property Price Rises and Drops inflation deflation Irish Budget 2014 Irish Budget 2016 Irish Budget 2015 Irish Budget 2013 Transport and Infrastructure Irish Budget 2011 2012 and 4 Year Plan 2011 2015 Elections and Referenda Forum Irish National Opinion Polls Forthcoming General Election 2014 2016 Carlow Kilkenny Constituency Forum Cavan Monaghan Constituency Forum Clare Constituency Forum Cork East Constituency Forum Cork North Central Constituency Forum Cork North West Constituency Forum Cork South Central Constituency Forum Cork South West Constituency Forum Kerry Constituency Forum Donegal Constituency Forum Dublin Fingal Constituency Forum Roscommon Galway Constituency

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  • Irish National Opinion Polls
    Replies 29 Views 1 664 Rating0 5 Last Post By jmcc View Profile View Forum Posts Private Message 28 07 2015 08 38 AM ST B A 18 07 15 FG 24 nc FF 18 3 SF 17 2 Lab 8 1 Greens 1 1 Inds 31 5 Started by DCon 18 07 2015 05 47 PM Replies 12 Views 1 127 Rating0 5 Last Post By morticia View Profile View Forum Posts Private Message 20 07 2015 05 39 PM Red C SBP 28 06 poll FG 28 Lab 3 to 7 Inds 5 to 27 FF 1 to 20 SF 3 to 18 Started by DCon 27 06 2015 05 40 PM 2 Pages 1 2 Replies 21 Views 1 678 Rating0 5 Last Post By Shaadi View Profile View Forum Posts Private Message 01 07 2015 02 20 AM POLL Sunday Times B A Sampling Jun 5 15 MoE 3 3 FG 24 3 in 5 wks Labour 9 1 FF 21 4 SF 19 1 Greens 2 1 Started by DCon 20 06 2015 06 11 PM 2 Pages 1 2 Replies 23 Views 1 445 Rating0 5 Last Post By C Flower View Profile View Forum Posts Private Message 21 06 2015 09 11 PM Poll PUBLIC POLL Should We Recall The Dail REDACTED Started by ang 31 05 2015 02 52 PM Replies 5 Views 1 405 Rating0 5 Last Post By riposte View Profile View Forum Posts Private Message 02 06 2015 06 36 PM 31 SBP Poll FG 28 3 IND OTHER PARTIES 22 4 SF 21 1 FF 19 NC LP 10 2 Started by C Flower 30 05 2015 11 21 PM Replies 3 Views 682 Rating0 5 Last Post By Shaadi View Profile View Forum Posts Private Message 31 05 2015 10 46 PM SBP Red C 26 4 2015 Ind Oth 26 2 FG 25 2 SF 22 5 FF 19 1 Labour 8 2 Started by Shaadi 25 04 2015 08 17 PM Replies 8 Views 1 071 Rating0 5 Last Post By Shaadi View Profile View Forum Posts Private Message 28 04 2015 04 01 PM Paddy Power Red C 13 3 2015 Ind others 27 3 FG 26 2 SF 21 nc FF 17 1 Labour 9 2 Started by Shaadi 14 03 2015 01 26 AM 4 Pages 1 2 3 4 Replies 54 Views 5 583 Rating0 5 Last Post By Apjp View Profile View Forum Posts Private Message 05 04 2015 02 12 AM Irish Times IPSOS MRBI poll on Social Attitudes Started by Shaadi 23 03 2015 03 34 PM 2 Pages 1 2 Replies 19 Views 1 862 Rating0 5 Last Post By morticia View Profile View Forum Posts Private Message 27 03 2015 04 56 PM Red C Poll 21 Feb 2015 FG 24 nc Lab 7 2 FF 18 1 SF 21 1 Inds Othrs 30 2 Started by DCon 21 02 2015 06 30 PM Replies 12 Views 1 317 Rating0 5 Last Post By C Flower View Profile View Forum Posts Private Message 24 02 2015 10 52 AM S B P Red C Poll Jan 25 2015 Ind 28 FG 24 SF 20 FF 19 Lab 9 Started by C Flower 25 01 2015 03 59 PM 2 Pages 1 2 Replies 28 Views 3 063 Rating0 5 Last Post By Apjp View Profile View Forum Posts Private Message 22 02 2015 12 02 AM SINDO MB Polll 15 Feb 2015 SF tops Poll Started by DCon 14 02 2015 09 50 PM Replies 10 Views 1 105 Rating0 5 Last Post By Shaadi View Profile View Forum Posts Private Message 15 02 2015 09 45 PM Page 1 of 5 1 2 3 Last Jump to page Quick Navigation Irish National Opinion Polls Top Site Areas Settings Private Messages Subscriptions Who s Online Search Forums Forums Home Forums Political World Our Forum Community Welcome and Introductions Using this Forum Please Read Before Posting Events and Campaigns Political World Group Blog Political World Video 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Irish Liberal Party Direct Democracy Ireland The Peoples Movement The Peoples Alliance Democracy Now Spanish Irish Group Claiming Our Future Independents United Left Alliance ULA Conference 2012 Pre Conference Discussion Threads Irish Republican Socialist Party 32CSM NI21 Communist Party of Ireland The Peoples Convention WUAG Libertas Ganley CAWHT The Freeman Movement Attack the Tax Official Republican Movement Party Coalitions and Alliances The 1916 Societies CAPTA The Anti Austerity Alliance The Daíl Technical Group Republican Sinn Fein Independent Alliance Renua Traveller Groups and Issues Democratic Unionist Party SDLP Alliance Party Traditional Unionist Voice Conservative and Ulster Unionist Party RNU People Before Profit Socialist Workers Party The Pirate Party Trade Unions and Related Organisations INTO ICTU SIPTU IMPACT The Independent Workers Union Irish National Union of the Unemployed CPSU UNITE The Trade Union Left Forum Mandate Economy and Employment Ireland the EFSF and 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  • HELP! THREAD. For problems with using the site!
    and are shown on the User CP page where they contain the option to unsubscribe from the foru Reply With Quote 27 03 2011 08 36 PM 8 Hapax View Profile View Forum Posts Private Message Senior Member Join Date Nov 2010 Location Elsewhere Posts 810 Re HELP THREAD For problems with using the site Originally Posted by C Flower This is working for me Would anyone like to try and confirm if it works for them or not Subscriptions What are subscriptions Subscriptions are a way of keeping track of different threads or forums You can choose how you are notified about updates for example by having them listed in your User CP and receiving email updates for each one How do I subscribe to a thread or forum To subscribe to a forum click the Forum Tools link above the list of threads then select Subscribe to Forum You will then have the option to choose the subscription mode for this forum If the forum that you are subscribing to has any child forums forums within a forum then your subscription will be extended to these automatically To subscribe to a thread click the Thread Tools link at the top of the list of posts then click Subscribe to Thread You can then choose the subscription mode that you wish to use for that thread What subscription modes are available There are a number of different forum subscription modes available No Email Notification lists the subscription in your User CP only You do not receive any notifications about new posts or threads in the forum Daily Email Notification sends one email a day with the new and updated threads in the forum and any sub forums If there are no new or updated threads in the forum or its sub forums then you will not receive an email Weekly Email Notification sends one email per week in the same way as the Daily Email Notification Thread Subscriptions have the same options as forum subscriptions with the following additional option Instant Email Notification sends an email as soon as a new post is added to the thread This is not sent for every reply and will only be sent once until you revisit the forums How do I manage Subscriptions and Folders Thread subscriptions can be sorted into folders for easy management You can create as many folders as you wish by going to Edit Folders in the Subscribed Threads section of your User CP To add a new folder enter the folder name into one of the blank boxes and save the page To delete a folder delete the folder name Editing a folder is done by simply editing the folder name in the list You can also manage your individual subscriptions by clicking List Subscriptions under Subscribed Threads in your User CP Here you can select which subscriptions you wish to manage and delete them move them to another folder or change their subscription type Forum subscriptions are not managed through the List Subscriptions page and are shown on the User CP page where they contain the option to unsubscribe from the foru I ve been using it successfully since before the election to track my constituency and for other threads Saves having to read all that other stuff Reply With Quote 04 09 2012 02 10 PM 9 pankajzone Guest Re HELP THREAD For problems with using the site Informative post to me also Thanks for sharing Reply With Quote Today 01 24 AM 10 A Marxist Historian View Profile View Forum Posts Private Message Senior Member Join Date Sep 2014 Posts 707 Re HELP THREAD For problems with using the site Originally Posted by C Flower This is working for me Would anyone like to try and confirm if it works for them or not Subscriptions What are subscriptions Subscriptions are a way of keeping track of different threads or forums You can choose how you are notified about updates for example by having them listed in your User CP and receiving email updates for each one How do I subscribe to a thread or forum To subscribe to a forum click the Forum Tools link above the list of threads then select Subscribe to Forum You will then have the option to choose the subscription mode for this forum If the forum that you are subscribing to has any child forums forums within a forum then your subscription will be extended to these automatically To subscribe to a thread click the Thread Tools link at the top of the list of posts then click Subscribe to Thread You can then choose the subscription mode that you wish to use for that thread What subscription modes are available There are a number of different forum subscription modes available No Email Notification lists the subscription in your User CP only You do not receive any notifications about new posts or threads in the forum Daily Email Notification sends one email a day with the new and updated threads in the forum and any sub forums If there are no new or updated threads in the forum or its sub forums then you will not receive an email Weekly Email Notification sends one email per week in the same way as the Daily Email Notification Thread Subscriptions have the same options as forum subscriptions with the 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  • Using this Forum - Please Read Before Posting
    Threads Irish Politics News Politics and Current Affairs Irish Politics The State of the Nation The Presidency The Oireachtas The Daíl and Senate Oireachtas Weekly Schedules 31st Daíl Department of Transport and Communications Department of Finance The Department of the Taoiseach Department of Agriculture Food and the Marine Department of Public Services and Reform Department of Communications Energy and Natural Resources Department of Health Department of Education Department of Environment Housing Planning Department of Justice and Defence An Garda Siochána Department of Social Protection The Good Friday Agreement Irish Politics Politics of the North Information and Data Resources Irish Government Local Government in Ireland Ireland Political Parties and Groups Fine Gael The Green Party Fianna Fail Sinn Fein Amhrán Nua The Socialist Party The Labour Party Fís Nua Eirigí The Workers Party Workers Solidarity Movement Irish Liberal Party Direct Democracy Ireland The Peoples Movement The Peoples Alliance Democracy Now Spanish Irish Group Claiming Our Future Independents United Left Alliance ULA Conference 2012 Pre Conference Discussion Threads Irish Republican Socialist Party 32CSM NI21 Communist Party of Ireland The Peoples Convention WUAG Libertas Ganley CAWHT The Freeman Movement Attack the Tax Official Republican Movement Party Coalitions and Alliances The 1916 Societies CAPTA The Anti Austerity Alliance The Daíl Technical Group Republican Sinn Fein Independent Alliance Renua Traveller Groups and Issues Democratic Unionist Party SDLP Alliance Party Traditional Unionist Voice Conservative and Ulster Unionist Party RNU People Before Profit Socialist Workers Party The Pirate Party Trade Unions and Related Organisations INTO ICTU SIPTU IMPACT The Independent Workers Union Irish National Union of the Unemployed CPSU UNITE The Trade Union Left Forum Mandate Economy and Employment Ireland the EFSF and the IMF World Economy European Economy The Irish Economy Exchequer Figures and Other Irish Economic Data The IFSC and German Banks in Ireland Privatisation PPPs and Outsourcing The Irish Oligarchy NAMA The National Asset Management Agency Anglo Irish Bank Scandal Irish Banks Crisis Not inc Anglo Irish Employment and Unemployment The Irish Bank Guarantee Mortgages and Personal Debt Irish Economic Overview and Analysis Sovereign Debt Irish Construction Industry and Property Price Rises and Drops inflation deflation Irish Budget 2014 Irish Budget 2016 Irish Budget 2015 Irish Budget 2013 Transport and Infrastructure Irish Budget 2011 2012 and 4 Year Plan 2011 2015 Elections and Referenda Forum Irish National Opinion Polls Forthcoming General Election 2014 2016 Carlow Kilkenny Constituency Forum Cavan Monaghan Constituency Forum Clare Constituency Forum Cork East Constituency Forum Cork North Central Constituency Forum Cork North West Constituency Forum Cork South Central Constituency Forum Cork South West Constituency Forum Kerry Constituency Forum Donegal Constituency Forum Dublin Fingal Constituency Forum Roscommon Galway Constituency Forum Dublin Rathdown Constituency Forum Dublin Bay South Constituency Forum Dublin Bay North Constituency Laois Constituency Forum Offaly Constituency Forum Tipperary Constituency Forum Limerick County Constituency Forum Sligo Leitrim Constituency Forum Dublin South Central Constituency Forum Dublin Central Constituency Forum Dublin Mid West Constituency Forum Dublin South West Constituency Forum Dublin North West Constituency Forum Dublin West Constituency Forum Dún Laoghaire Constituency

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  • General Election 2016 Pundit Thread!
    my rough take on where the GE is heading I ll fine tune it when we see how the different political groupings do during the campaign Reply With Quote 25 01 2016 06 02 PM 8 riposte View Profile View Forum Posts Private Message Senior Member Join Date Dec 2011 Location Kilmainham Posts 4 640 Re General Election 2016 Pundit Thread Originally Posted by Shaadi Connacht Ulster Donegal 5 2 SF 1 IND 1 FG 1 FF Cavan Monaghan 4 2 SF 1 FF 1 FG Sligo Leitrim 4 1 FF 1 SF 2 FG Galway West 5 1 FF 2 FG 1 SF 1 IND Galway East 3 1 FG 1 FF 1 Ind Roscommon Galway 3 1 FG 2 IND Oth Mayo 4 1 FF 1 SF 2 FG 28 SEATS 10 FG 6 FF 7 SF 5 IND Oth Rest Of Leinster Louth 5 2 SF FF 1 2 FG Meath East 3 1 SF 1 FF 1 FG Meath West 3 1 SF 1 FF 1 FG Longford Westmeath 4 1 FF 1 FG 1 SF 1 LAB Offaly 3 1 FF 1 Renua 1 FG Laois 3 1 FF 1 FG 1 SF Kildare North 4 1 SD 1 FF 1 LAB 1 FG Kildare South 3 1 FG 1 FF 1 LAB Carlow Kilkenny 5 2 FF 2 FG 1 SF Wicklow 5 1 SF 1 FG 1 FF 1 SD 1 Renua Wexford 5 1 SF 1 FF 1 FG 1 LAB 1 Ind Oth 43 SEATS 13 FG 12 FF 9 SF 1 Ind Oth 4 LAB 2 Renua 2 SD Munster Tipperary 5 2 IND Oth 1 FF 1 FG 1 SF Clare 4 1 FF 2 FG 1 IND Oth Limerick City 4 FG 2 1 FF 1 SF Limerick 3 1 FG 1 FF 1 IND Oth Kerry 5 2 IND Oth 1 SF 1 FF 1 FG Cork South West 3 1 FG 1 Ind Oth 1 FF Cork North West 3 1 FG 1 FF 1 Ind Oth Cork North Central 4 1 FF 1 FG 1 SF 1 IND Oth Cork South Central 4 1 SF 2 FF 1 FG Cork East 4 1 FG 1 SF 1 LAB 1 FF Waterford 4 1 FG 1 FF 1 SF 1 IND Oth 43 SEATS 13 FG 12 FF 7 SF 10 IND Oth 1 Lab Dublin Dublin Fingal 5 1 SF 1 FF 1 LAB 1 FG 1 IND Oth Dublin West 4 1 SF 1 IND Oth 1 FG 1 FF Dublin Mid West 4 1 SF 1 IND Oth 1 FG 1 FF Dublin South West 5 2 SF 1 IND Oth 1 FF 1 FG Dublin Rathdown 3 1 FG 1 LAB 1 IND Oth Dun Laoighre 4 Ceann Comhairle FG 1 FG 1 FF 1 IND Oth Dublin North West 3 1 SF 1 SD 1 FG Dublin Bay North 5 1 SF 2 IND Oth 1 FF 1 FG Dublin Central 3 1 FG 1 SF 1 IND Oth Dublin South Central 4 1 SF 1 IND Oth 1 FG 1 LAB Dublin Bay South 4 1 SF 1 Renua 1 FG 1 Lab 44 SEATS 12 FG 10 IND Oth 10 SF 4 LAB 6 FF 1 Renua 1 SD 158 Seats FG 48 INC CC FF 36 SF 33 LAB 9 IND Oth 26 3 Renua 3 SD That s my rough take on where the GE is heading I ll fine tune it when we see how the different political groupings do during the campaign You re way off there Shaadi no way Fine Gael will be down to 48 Politics is the art of looking for trouble finding it everywhere misdiagnosing it and then misapplying the wrong remedies Reply With Quote 25 01 2016 07 15 PM 9 Shaadi View Profile View Forum Posts Private Message Senior Member Join Date Oct 2011 Posts 3 129 Re General Election 2016 Pundit Thread Originally Posted by riposte You re way off there Shaadi no way Fine Gael will be down to 48 I did say I d tweak it when the election campaign shows up how strong the various parties will be The problem with trying to give FG extra seats is where to give them I ve already given them places like Roscommon Galway and 2 in Sligo Leitrim where they are far from certain to get them and even gave them Dublin North West where they don t have any currently and where they re only 50 50 to take a seat Remember Renua are taking 3 from them and 30 in a 158 Dail isn t anywhere near 36 in the old 166 seat Dail Fire up another 10 FG seats if you can I honestly think that if they don t get into the low 30 s then they re stuck with candidates from FF SF and Inds being too strong for FG to get a 2nd in many places Reply With Quote 25 01 2016 07 33 PM 10 Frankie Lee View Profile View Forum Posts Private Message Senior Member Join Date Dec 2010 Posts 737 Re General Election 2016 Pundit Thread Labour have very little chance in Kildare south Mark Wall would not have anywhere near the goodwill his father had The final seat looks like a battle between FG and FF in the absence of any credible independent or SF candidate Do the right thing Reply With Quote 25 01 2016 08 53 PM 11 Shaadi View Profile View Forum Posts Private Message Senior Member Join Date Oct 2011 Posts 3 129 Re General Election 2016 Pundit Thread Originally Posted by riposte You re way off there Shaadi no way Fine Gael will be down to 48 I ll try to get another 10 up for FG Cavan Monaghan a 2nd FG is likely at SFs expense I was torn between whether SF or FG will take a 2nd seat in Sligo Leitrim and Cavan Monaghan and just split it down the middle A 2nd FG seat in Wicklow at the expense of FF or Renua is possible on a good day for FG A 3rd out of 4 is possible in Mayo at SFs expense but 3 4 is not probable and there s good feedback for the SF chance there A 2nd FG in Kerry is possible at Fleming Inds expense 2 out of 3 in both Cork North West and in Cork South West are possible for FG A 2nd FG in Wexford is possible at SF or Labour s expense A 2nd FG in Longford Westmeath is quite possible at SF or Labour s expense On a super day for FG they could take a 2nd in Cork South central A 2nd in Meath East at a huge stretch That d be 58 for them including Ceann Comhairle Reply With Quote 25 01 2016 09 18 PM 12 riposte View Profile View Forum Posts Private Message Senior Member Join Date Dec 2011 Location Kilmainham Posts 4 640 Re General Election 2016 Pundit Thread Originally Posted by Shaadi I did say I d tweak it when the election campaign shows up how strong the various parties will be The problem with trying to give FG extra seats is where to give them I ve already given them places like Roscommon Galway and 2 in Sligo Leitrim where they are far from certain to get them and even gave them Dublin North West where they don t have any currently and where they re only 50 50 to take a seat Remember Renua are taking 3 from them and 30 in a 158 Dail isn t anywhere near 36 in the old 166 seat Dail Fire up another 10 FG seats if you can I honestly think that if they don t get into the low 30 s then they re stuck with candidates from FF SF and Inds being too strong for FG to get a 2nd in many places Well for a start you have given FF 6 seats in Dublin where they have none at present clearly they have some strong challangers but an extra 6 from nil is not likely on FF s present polling figures Of course that doesn t mean FG will get them but with your generosity to Labour Sinn Fein Renua and Indos my guess is that there are at least another 5 seats for FG Politics is the art of looking for trouble finding it everywhere misdiagnosing it and then misapplying the wrong remedies Reply With Quote 26 01 2016 09 25 PM 13 Shaadi View Profile View Forum Posts Private Message Senior Member Join Date Oct 2011 Posts 3 129 Re General Election 2016 Pundit Thread Originally Posted by riposte Well for a start you have given FF 6 seats in Dublin where they have none at present clearly they have some strong challangers but an extra 6 from nil is not likely on FF s present polling figures Of course that doesn t mean FG will get them but with your generosity to Labour Sinn Fein Renua and Indos my guess is that there are at least another 5 seats for FG There s method to my apparent generosity In 2011 FF were within 1 500 votes of taking 7 more seats in Dublin their transfer toxicity then stopped them from gaining those extra 6 seats and now in consistent polling they are the least toxic of the 4 main parties and FG and Labour are far more toxic than they both were in 2011 when they were hoovering up transfers while FF were stranded In Dublin Central FF finished just 844 votes off taking the last seat In Dublin Mid West when the FF candidate was eliminated they were 990 votes behind Keating FG who took the last seat In Dublin North FF finished just 1092 votes off taking the last seat In Dublin North East when the FF candidate was eliminated they were 972 votes behind Kenny Labour who took the last seat In Dublin South FF finished just 1448 votes off taking the last seat In Dublin South Central FF finished just 1558 votes off taking the last seat In Dublin South East FF finished just 1228 votes off taking the last seat In Dublin West they took a seat In Dun Laoghaire FF finished 1374 off taking the last seat A repeat of FFs 2011 vote figures in Dublin would see them take 6 seats in Dublin this time round Now it s fair to say that there s an urban myth that FF have not made any recovery in Dublin To examine that let s see how they did in the Locals in Dublin In the Locals in Dublin In Dublin City they took 19 957 14 5 of the votes beating both FG 19 275 and Labour 17 524 an decrease of 3 5 on 2009 and won 9 seats there vs 8 FG and 8 Lab In Fingal they 13 254 17 9 of the votes and won more votes than SF FG or Labour making them the biggest seat winners there and giving them a vote increase of 1 9 on 2009 In South Dublin they took 10 274 13 of the votes a decrease of 5 on 2009 In Dun laoghaire Rathdown they took 12 936 18 64 of the votes an increase of 2 64 on 2009 FF were in great shape in the posher parts of Dublin and in some enclaves in the less salubrious parts of Dublin In the Euros FF took 12 6 in Dublin In 2009 the FF meltdown hadn t started and yet here they were in 2014 increasing their 2009 vote in the posher parts of Dublin In RTEs poll of polls FF are on 14 in Dublin and don t forget the shy effer vote and how FF made many of the upper middle class in Dublin very rich back in the Tiger era Paddy Power has Jack Chambers FF taking the last seat ahead of Joan Burton in Dublin West Sean Haughey 3rd favourite in 5 seat Dublin Bay North Darragh O Brian 2nd favourite in 5 seat Dublin Fingal Mary Hanafin 3rd favourite in 3 4 seat Dun Laoghaire John Lahart 4th favourite in 5 seat Dublin South West John Curran 4th favourite in 4 seat Dublin Mid West As I said I ll go over these figures again closer to the GE and be fairly ruthless about getting the result as close as possible I m playing a little with the numbers so far to find reasonably priced punting material There s logic there Last edited by Shaadi 26 01 2016 at 10 30 PM Reply With Quote 26 01 2016 10 12 PM 14 Shaadi View Profile View Forum Posts Private Message Senior Member Join Date Oct 2011 Posts 3 129 Re General Election 2016 Pundit Thread As for Renua the reason I m giving them 3 is that Lucinda expect her to top the poll should be elected in Dublin Bay South where she s 1 7 2nd favourite and where FF are not serious contenders but would transfer to her pro life candidacy she s topped constituency polls and has her own personal vote Add in the old PD vote there and she s unstoppable Timmins 4 9 in Wicklow is a perennial and all on his own in his area and is expected to make it The 3rd seat I gave Renua is in Offaly where John Leahy 5 4 3rd favourite is a local GAA head who took 5 000 in Laois Offaly in 2011 as an Independent and is suited by the splitting of the old 5 seater into 2 3 seaters this time FG are very poor here and are only running one candidate FF aren t strong enough to take 2 and I actually think SF 17 2 in the Locals from just 3 there in 2009 will take it but I was cutting back on the SF predictions and let the Renua one through as it s between the 2 of them The 3 SDs are nailed on Shorthall 1 18 Catherine Murphy 1 25 and Stephen Donnelly 1 7 I ll get around to explaining my Ind and SF choices when they become finalised in line with the election campaign polling Last edited by Shaadi 26 01 2016 at 10 28 PM Reply With Quote 27 01 2016 02 05 PM 15 barrym View Profile View Forum Posts Private Message Senior Member Join Date Oct 2010 Posts 1 262 Re General Election 2016 Pundit Thread Fascinating stuff all around thanks Didn t see too much if any response to only possible government FG FF I am in my very amateur way trying to sort out the options Given that most if not all foresee the need for a bit of scouting around for lobby fodder then what are the options Of course the cynics will say that post election any option that keeps us in power or gets us power is an option what is realistic FG FF yes of course if both or either of them feel strong enough to says f the electorate we want to close the door for all this rabble of nua s indos sf etc we ll sew it up for at least 5 years FG Lab a few most likely but for how long and who to chose among the rabble Whatever way you go it will have strange bedfellows SF whoever will be desperate enough for power Unlikely but impossible A bizarre minority if the going gets rough Inda has delusions of grandeur and starts dictating terms etc etc The best will be we get a real discussion on priorities policies and personalities and some movement away from the parish pump and vote buying May we live in interesting times Last edited by barrym 27 01 2016 at 02 12 PM Reply With Quote Page 1 of 5 1 2 3 Last Jump to page Quick Navigation Forthcoming General Election 2014 2016 Top Site Areas Settings Private Messages Subscriptions Who s Online Search Forums Forums Home Forums Political World Our Forum Community Welcome and Introductions Using this Forum Please Read Before Posting Events and Campaigns Political World Group Blog Political World Video Channel Off Topic Members Only Sports Bar 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    that both they and FG can fall together to such a low combined figure as they are tied together in a conservative block which has no appetite to be going elsewhere Having said that this poll ties in with the Galway Advertiser poll in Galway West which showed FG well down on 2011 FF static and SFs vote doubling with Labour not losing as much as people thought Last edited by Shaadi 31 01 2016 at 02 57 PM Reply With Quote 31 01 2016 03 11 PM 23 Apjp View Profile View Forum Posts Private Message Senior Member Join Date Aug 2010 Location Meath Posts 7 794 Maidir Le Re General Election 2016 Pundit Thread Originally Posted by morticia Had the first canvasser of the election out last night Carrie Smith Dun Laoghaire Rathdown I am guessing she has a good chance of getting elected they almost got 2 seats the last time Are you gonna vote FF AGAIN Reply With Quote 31 01 2016 03 31 PM 24 Shaadi View Profile View Forum Posts Private Message Senior Member Join Date Oct 2011 Posts 3 129 Re General Election 2016 Pundit Thread Originally Posted by morticia Had the first canvasser of the election out last night Carrie Smith Dun Laoghaire Rathdown I am guessing she has a good chance of getting elected they almost got 2 seats the last time She s 5 1 to win a seat with Paddy Power not too bad a price to have a nibble on but this constituency is going CC Barret automatically returned MMOC FG and RBB PBP looking solid with one Hanafin FF odds on and Bailey FG 6 4 and Devlin FF 7 4 before you get to Carrie at 5 1 You could have a worse bet considering that Labour were at 30 3 here in 2011 What a spectacular fall from grace there Reply With Quote 31 01 2016 10 44 PM 25 morticia View Profile View Forum Posts Private Message Moderator Join Date Oct 2010 Location Dun Laoghaire Rathdown Posts 8 358 Re Maidir Le Re General Election 2016 Pundit Thread Originally Posted by Apjp Are you gonna vote FF AGAIN Carrie is Labour And no I am not planning to vote Hanafin I have not forgotten the extreme anti choice views of the candidate s father The other FF candidate is personally nice but doesn t stand a chance I haven t decided who will be getting my no 1 yet but a relative in Citizens seems to think both Carrie and Boyd Barrett are good at community work Interested in seeing who else shows up on me door and how well they argue the case before deciding a vote Boyd Barrett also in my good books over fatal foetal abnormalities And I voted for Ivana Bacik at the last GE also Labour Won t be voting SF as not happy over Slab Murphy and tactically it won t work in this neck of the woods anyway The no 1 should go to someone who has a better than snowflake s chance in Hell of getting elected The floggings will continue until morale improves Reply With Quote 31 01 2016 10 58 PM 26 morticia View Profile View Forum Posts Private Message Moderator Join Date Oct 2010 Location Dun Laoghaire Rathdown Posts 8 358 General Election 2016 Pundit Thread Originally Posted by Shaadi She s 5 1 to win a seat with Paddy Power not too bad a price to have a nibble on but this constituency is going CC Barret automatically returned MMOC FG and RBB PBP looking solid with one Hanafin FF odds on and Bailey FG 6 4 and Devlin FF 7 4 before you get to Carrie at 5 1 You could have a worse bet considering that Labour were at 30 3 here in 2011 What a spectacular fall from grace there I don t think the pollsters Paddy Power are getting that right re Devlin First run at a Dail seat rarely gets elected unless the FF vote decides against Hanafin on a prior record basis I doubt he ll get anywhere FF risks dividing the vote and getting no seats here methinks I also don t know about Bailey Her father has been issuing leaflets on her behalf total own goal makes it look like the family has a hereditary right to represent Dun Laoghaire at both council and Dail level Even in the world s most FG constituency I d imagine this will cause raised eyebrows MMOC and RBB will most probably be returned RBB deservedly so from what I hear re community work Don t like MMOC s previous PD links frankly they were the prime movers behind the bubble and should all be summarily not re elected but I doubt my fellow voters will agree Have not yet formulated a voting strategy totally but Lab and PBP are likely to be near the top of the list And a warning to anyone who thinks Lab and FG are indistinguishable look at Cameron s second term without the Lib Dems FG alone would be toxic to a similar degree I suspect Je suis Peppa The floggings will continue until morale improves Reply With Quote 02 02 2016 07 54 AM 27 barrym View Profile View Forum Posts Private Message Senior Member Join Date Oct 2010 Posts 1 262 Re Maidir Le Re General Election 2016 Pundit Thread What about policies not people Is personally nice a criterion Did you ask her any questions about policies Reply With Quote 02 02 2016 08 15 AM 28 morticia View Profile View Forum Posts Private Message Moderator Join Date Oct 2010 Location Dun Laoghaire Rathdown Posts 8 358 Re Maidir Le Re General Election 2016 Pundit Thread Originally Posted by barrym What about policies not people Is personally nice a criterion Did you ask her any questions about policies As detailed above homeless crisis and all sorts of issues around

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