Final Sunday of election campaign sees a push for undecided voters

Only five days remain until Ireland heads to the polling booth

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Fianna Fail Leader Micheal Martin (centre) at the launch of the party's policy on Rural Ireland, the Gaeltacht, the Irish Language and the Islands, at the Hotel Meyrick, Galway while on the election campaign trail. Picture by: Brian Lawless / PA Wire/Press Association Images

The weekend opinion polls show differing levels of support for many parties and independents - but they all show higher than would be expected levels of undecided or unsure voters.

Parties will step up a gear today, criss-crossing the country and unveiling further policy promises to snag those elusive floating voters.

Fine Gael will outline it's tourism policy in County Clare's most westerly point at the Loophead Lighthouse, before Enda Kenny heads to Dublin for a rally.

Fianna Fáil will outline priorities for Dublin, while Micheál Martin concentrates on his own Cork South Central constituency.

Labour's focus is on promises to increase take-home pay for low and middle income earners, while Joan Burton campains in her Dublin West constituency.

The Troika of leaders of the Social Democrats will campaign together in Dublin City Centre.

The Sinn Féin leadership will be in Dublin assessing their campaign and the Right2Change protest yesterday.

And the Anti-Austerity Alliance will highlight what they say is the scandal of forced bogus self employment, especially in the construction sector