Sinn Fein are the most popular party in the country according to the latest opinion poll.
Its is up two to 32 per cent support in a new Sunday Times/ Behaviour and Attitudes poll, while Fine Gael's risen by 1 to 30 per cent support.
But Fianna Fail has dropped by 1 to 19 per cent, the Greens are also down one to five per cent and Labour are unchanged at 3.
Solidarity/People Before Profit and the Social Democrats are also unchanged at 1 per cent support each.
In a speech online last night, Sinn Fein President Mary Lou McDonald said that Covid-19 has exposed flaws in the Government's approach to tackle housing, education and healthcare.