There has been a drop in support for Fine Gael in the latest opinion poll.
The Sunday Times/Behaviour & Attitudes poll shows the popularity of the party has fallen by five points to 23%.
While Fianna Fáil has seen no change and remains on 28%.
Sinn Féin is on 12%, down seven, while The Green Party has gained support by six to 11%.
The Labour Party is up one point to 5%, and Independents and Others are also up four to 13%.
Satisfaction with the Government has dropped four points to 34%.
While satisfaction with the main party leaders has seen a drop for all - except one.
Leo Varadkar's satisfaction rating is at 39% (down three), Micheál Martin's at 46% (down two) and Mary Lou McDonald fell seven places to a rating of 32%.
The only main party leader to increase his satisfaction rating was Labour's Brendan Howlin - up one on 39%.
The results are based upon a representative sample of 900 Irish voters with a margin of error of 3.3%.
The poll was conducted on an in-home, face-to-face basis between May 31st to June 11th.
Sunday Times political editor Stephen O'Brien said this comes on the back of the recent elections.
"Sinn Féin had a bad day out in Europe, they had a particularly bad day out in the local elections - with less than 10% of the vote.
"So they are in the middle of a soul-searching process".
"Perhaps the most interesting number in this poll is that The Green Party is up six points to 11% from the finding in The Sunday Times poll of last month.
"In the local elections, The Greens got 5.5% - and this is certainly a huge advance on that.
"They've enjoyed a lot of media coverage on the back of winning two European seats".