The approval rating for An Taoiseach Leo Varadkar has dropped, as has satisfaction with the Government.
That is according to a new Irish Times/Ipsos-MRBI poll.
Satisfaction with Mr Varadkar has fallen by seven points to 36% - the lowest level since he became Taoiseach in 2017.
The Government's approval rating is also down to 31%.
That is seven points lower from the 38% polled back March.
The poll shows support for Fine Gael is down just one point at 29%, while Fianna Fáil is up by two points to 26%.
This means the gap between Fine Gael and Fianna Fail is just three points - its smallest in over two years.
There is also a drop in support for Sinn Féin, and gains for the Greens, Labour and Independents.
Sinn Féin are down five to 16%, Labour is up one to 7% and the Independents/Others are on 22%, up three.
Voters were also asked how they intended to vote in the upcoming divorce referendum.
Asked if they would vote in favour of the constitutional changes proposed, 77% of voters say they will vote in favour of change.
The poll was taken on Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday of this week among 500 voters in each of the three European Parliament constituencies - a total of 1,500 voters across 150 sampling points in all constituencies.