Support for the Labour Party has shown a slight recovery in the last month according to a new opinion poll.

The Millward Brown poll for tomorrow's Sunday Independent also shows support for Sinn Féin has dropped.

Just over 1,000 voters were surveyed over 12 days up to last Wednesday.

The poll shows a lot of undecided voters at 35%, but when these are excluded, support for Fine Gael is at 24%, down one point; Labour is up by three to 12%, while Fianna Fáil slips two to 27%.

Sinn Fein is down four to 16% and Independents and Others are up three points to 21%.

Satisfaction with party leaders is also down.

Taoiseach Enda Kenny has dropped one point to 25%; Eamon Gilmore is down one to 16%, Micheál Martin is down eight points to 28% while Gerry Adams is down five to 23%.