Two opinion polls suggest Fianna Fáil is the most popular party among voters as the Dáil enters its final week before the summer break.
Meanwhile, there has been a drop in support for Sinn Féin and some Independents.
The Sunday Business Post RedC survey suggests support for Fine Gael is at 26%, unchanged since last month.
Fianna Fáil is up three percentage points to 29%. Sinn Féin is at 13%, a drop of two points.
There has been no change in support for Labour and the AAA-PBP.
Support for the Independent Alliance stands at 5%, gaining one point, however, other Independents have dropped four points and now stand at 7%.
The Social Democrats and the Green party are both on 4% and Others are at 2%.
The Sunday Times Behaviour and Attitudes poll suggests support for Fine Gael stands at 25%, dropping one point.
The Fianna Fáil rise in support is also evident here - the party up five points to 30%.
Sinn Féin stands at 14%, dropping three points.
The poll indicates small gains for both Labour and the AAA-PBP.
The Independent Alliance is down two points and stands now at 4% support, other Independents are also down.
The Social Democrats and the Green party are both on 2% in this poll and the Workers Party are at 3% support.