Sinn Fein continues to surge in the political polls (Image: Getty Images)
According to a poll conducted by the Sunday Times, Sinn Féin has seen a continued surge in support from Irish voters.
Sinn Féin Leader, Mary Lou McDonald's public satisfaction rating reached 50%, which was 9 points ahead of the current Taoiseach Michael Martin.
Sinn Féin, as a whole, saw an increase in popularity as their poll figures reached 37%.
This figure places them 16 points ahead of Fine Gael, and 17 points ahead of Fianna Fail.
Fine Gael saw 21% support, and Fianna Fáil came in at 20%, according to the latest poll figures.
The Green Party is on 5%, Labour and Social Democrats came in at 3%, and People before Profit and Aontu polled at 1%.
The Independents tallied at 8% support.
The survey was conducted among 912 Irish voters between October 28 and November 9.
Previous polls have shown a steady increase in support for Sinn Féin, after the party saw a record-breaking election in February 2020 by securing 37 seats in the Dail.
At Sinn Féin's annual Ard Fheis, Mary Lou McDonald said Sinn Féin wants to 'lead a government that puts workers and families first'.
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