Sinn Féin remains the country's most popular part, according to a new poll.
The Sunday Independent Ireland Thinks poll shows Sinn Féin's support now stands at 31%, that's a percentage lower than in January.
Meanwhile, support for Fine Gael has dropped by three points and stands at 22%.
Fianna Fáil is up two points and now stands at 18%.
Their coalition colleagues, the Green Party, has seen no change, while the Social Democrats, Aontú and the Labour Party are up one point each.
Ireland Thinks also polled the representative group on a series of other topical questions.
When asked whether Ireland has "taken in too many refugees" in the past year, 56% said it has.
Some 30% said it hasn't, while 14% were unsure.
Some 76% of those who said Ireland had welcomed too many refugees are readers of the Mirror, the Sun and/or the Star newspapers.
70% said they "don't pay any attention to the news".
64% of those who said there are too many refugees here are getting their news from their local newspaper.
The Irish Times had the lowest number of readers who expressed anti-refugee sentiment, at 39%. 44% of Irish Times readers do not believe there are too many refugees here.
Main image shows Sinn Féin President Mary Lou McDonald. Picture by: Sam Boal/RollingNews.ie