Fianna Fail has failed to improve its popularity during campaigning for the local and European elections, according to an opinion poll published this morning. The TNS/MRBI poll in the Irish Times puts support for the main government party at just 20%, down one point since the last poll two weeks ago. Fine Gael's support is also down two points, but it remains the most popular party with 36% support. The Labour Party, meanwhile, has seen its support jump three points to 23%, while Sinn Fein is down one to 8% and the Greens are unchanged at 3%. Elsewhere, satisfaction with the Government is up two points to 12%, but a massive 84% of respondents are still unhappy with the coalition's performance. Labour's Eamon Gilmore remains the most popular party leader with a 49% satisfaction rating, with Gerry Adams on 33%, Enda Kenny on on 31%, John Gormley on 27% and Brian Cowen on 21%.