Fianna Fáil is the most popular political party in the country.
That's according to the latest Behaviour and Attitudes poll in today's Sunday Times.
The poll puts support for Fianna Fáil at 30% which gives it a four point lead over Fine Gael at 26%.
The survey, which was conducted with 902 people over all constituencies, shows an increase in support for both parties in the past month, but Micheál Martin's party reflected its highest result since November two years ago.
The surge in support for the Green Party had moderated slightly - dropping back four points to 7% while Sinn Féin gained 2 points to 14%.
There was no change for Labour at 5%, Solidarity People Before Profit at 2% or the Social Democrats at 1%
However there were marginal increases for Aontú and Renua which went from O to 1%.