The latest opinion poll shows the government parties falling short of the support they would need for re-election. The IPSOS MRBI survey for the Irish Times polled 1,200 people last Friday and Saturday, and show Fine Gael stagnant on 28% and Labour down one point to 6. Fianna Fáil’s up 2 to 23%, while Sinn Féin is down four points, to 15. Unaligned independents are up 3 points to 11, while the Independent Alliance is up one point to 4. The Social Democrats and triple-A/People Before Profit are each on 3 per-cent, while there s 2 per-cent each for Renua and the Greens.