A new opinion poll suggests that Sinn Féin has increased its support in the last month.
The Sunday Times/Behaviour and Attitudes survey indicates that Sinn Féin retains the most support at 34%, which is up four points since the last comparable poll in mid-May.
Fine Gael is down four points on 24%, while Fianna Fáil dropped two points to stand at 20%.
The Green Party is down one to 4% while the Social Democrats are also at 4% which is a rise of two points for that party.
Independents and others are up one point to 9%.
Labour are on 3% support with Solidarity-PBP and Aontú all on 1%.
The poll was conducted over the period 27 May to 8 June, with a representative sample of 909 eligible voters.
The margin of error is plus or minus 3.3%.
State of the parties:
Sinn Fein 34 (+4)
Fine Gael 24 (-4)
Fianna Fail 20 (- 2)
Independent/others 9 (+1)
Greens 4 (-1)
Social Democrats 4(+2)
Labour 3 (-1)
Solidarity/PBP 1 (NC)
Aontú 1 (+1)