The Social Democrats are enjoying a rise in support following the announcement of Holly Cairns as leader.
Support for the party has more than doubled from 4% to 9% by The Sunday Independent / Ireland Thinks.
Deputy Cairns was elected to represent Cork South-West in the 2020 General Election and describes herself as "part of the first generation to be worse off than their parents".
The poll also shows Sinn Féin have slipped slightly with the party on 29% - down 2% in the space of a month.
Fine Gael has dropped 1% to 21% and Fianna Fáil has climbed 1% to 19%.
Support for the Greens remains unchanged on 4% and the Labour Party has slipped down 1% to 3%.
3% of voters would give their first preference to Aontú and 2% would support People Before Profit-Solidarity.
The remainder indicated they would support smaller parties or an independent candidate.
Main image: Holly Cairns.