The satisfaction rating for Taoiseach Leo Varadkar has fallen to its lowest level since he became leader.
Support for Fine Gael has also fallen in the latest Irish Times/Ipsos MRBI opinion poll.
It shows Mr Varadkar's satisfaction rating has fallen by eight points, from 51% last October to 43%.
While he remains the most popular of the party leaders, it is the lowest satisfaction rating he has achieved since becoming leader.
Fine Gael has also seen a three-point drop in support since October, at 30%.
While overall satisfaction with the Government has also dropped slightly to 38% from 39% in October.
The poll suggests support for the party has fallen among farmers and the most financially well-off voters.
Sinn Féin also falls by three points, while its leader Mary Lou McDonald sees a sharp decline in her personal rating - from 40% to 33%.
Support for Fianna Fáil also drops marginally by one point, while satisfaction with leader Micheál Martin also falls by four points from 39% to 35%.
Labour Party leader Brendan Howlin sees his rating rise from 18% to 19%.
Independents/others have seen a five point rise to 19%.
Among the smaller parties and Independents, the Green Party is at 2% (unchanged), Solidarity/People Before Profit are at 2% (down one), the Social Democrats are at 1% (unchanged), Independents4Change are at 2% (unchanged) and the Independent Alliance is at 1% (unchanged).