Support for the Government and Fianna Fáil has slumped, according to a latest opinion poll.

Fine Gael holds a seven point lead over Fianna Fáil, according to the poll in tomorrow morning's Irish Times.

1,000 people around the country were questioned by TNS/MRBI on Monday and Tuesday about their voting intentions, with Fianna Fáil down 15 points to an historic low of just 27%.

Fine Gael, by contrast, has surged ahead, up 11 points to 34%.

Labour will be disappointed with a one point drop to 14% while the Green Party is also down one point to 4%.

Sinn Féin support is unchanged at 8%, while Independents and others are up a seven points to 13%.

Satisfaction with the Taoiseach is down 21 points to 26%.

Satisfaction with the Government has also suffered, just 18% are happy with the way the coalition is governing, while 76% say they are dissatisfied.