The lead for the Yes side in the Eighth Amendment referendum has shrunk dramatically according to the latest poll.
According to an Irish Times survey the gap between the sides has narrowed considerably.
The latest figures show 44 per cent will vote in favour of repealing the Eighth Amendment- a drop of three per cent in a month.
The No side now has 32 per cent, up four points.
However, undecided voters are at 17 per cent (down three points) while 5 per cent say they will not vote and 2 per cent refused to answer.
Excluding the undecided and those who won’t vote the lead for the Yes side among declared voters is 58 per cent to 42 per cent.
Last month the lead among declared likely voters was 26 points but now it is just 16 points with more than a week to go to polling day.