A new poll this morning says that 44% of people will vote 'YES' in the upcoming referendum to repeal the 8th Amendment.
That represents a drop of 3% since April, according to the Ipsos MRBI poll for the Irish Times.
There's been an increase in support for those in favour of keeping the 8th, with 32% of people saying they'll be voting 'NO', which is a 4-point rise.
The number of people who are undecided has gone down 3 points to 17%, with a further 7% either not voting or refusing to say what way they'll be voting.
When these figures are excluded, the Yes side leads by 58% to 42%.
1200 people were polled on Monday and Tuesday of this week.