The gap between Fine Gael and Fianna Fáil has narrowed in the latest opinion poll.
Support for the main opposition party is up four points to 25% in the Sunday Times / Behaviour and Attitudes survey.
Fine Gael is down two to 32%.
Sinn Féin also drop two points, and are now at 20%.
Labour is up two at 5%.
Meanwhile, Solidarity / People Before Profit are up two points to 3%, with the Green Party up one also on 3%.
There's no change for the Independent Alliance on 4%, with Independents and others dropping two points to 8% voter support.
Satisfaction with the government has dropped five points to 43%.
However, Leo Varadkar remains the most popular party leader with a 53% satisfaction rating - three points ahead of Sinn Féin's Mary Lou McDonald, and five ahead of Micheál Martin.