RTÉ's coverage of Election 2020 across television, radio and online begins tonight with the publication of an Ipsos MRBI exit poll commissioned by RTÉ, The Irish Times, TG4 and University College Dublin at 10pm.
Ipsos MRBI will interview approximately 5,000 people across Ireland immediately after they have voted on.
The findings will be revealed on RTÉ One, RTÉ News Now, RTÉ Radio One, RTE.ie and on the RTÉ News Now app.
On Sunday, coverage begins across radio and television with a special Morning Ireland Election 2020 programme from 8am and there will be a live television special from 9am until 3am on Monday.
Coverage on television will include the main news bulletins at One O'Clock, Six One and Nine O'Clock.
From 10pm on Saturday, RTÉ News Online will deliver coverage of the exit poll, including analysis from political staff live on Facebook and Twitter.
Throughout the count, there will be live blogs from the 39 constituencies online and on the News Now app, as well as live results detailing constituency breakdowns, the big stories, trends and reaction, as well as extensive coverage on Twitter, Facebook and Instagram.
There will also be extensive coverage of Election 2020 results on RTÉ Raidió na Gaeltachta and Nuacht RTÉ le TG4.
Coverage continues into Monday online, as well as special programmes on television and radio.
Results centre @rtenews taking shape. Live video feeds from every count centre, nerve centre for coverage on all platforms. Takes whole team @rte to deliver #GE2020. Grateful to all. pic.twitter.com/yG8wWIqJrg— Jon Williams (@WilliamsJon) February 6, 2020