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Thursday 2 February 2023 Dublin: 8°C

# Amárach Research

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# Poll
Most people don't want Travellers living in their community
The latest Claire Byrne Live/Amárach Research poll also finds that most people agree with residents opposing a temporary halting site in south Dublin.
# Not forgotten
An awful lot of people don't trust Fianna Fáil to manage the economy again
A new poll will make uncomfortable reading for Micheál Martin.
# Soz Enda
Most people think the government has NOT done a good job
A poll finds the majority of people think the coalition hasn’t done a good job over the last four years.
# Labour Pains
Most people think Labour HASN'T protected the least well-off
A new poll shows 65% of people think the party has failed to protect the poorest in Ireland.
# The 8th
More than a quarter of people say abortion will sway their vote
The 8th Amendment looks set to be a big issue at the next general election.
# Never in the IRA
The vast majority of people don't believe Gerry Adams
A new poll finds that nine out of ten people don’t believe the Sinn Féin president’s claim that he was never in the IRA.
# Take note Enda
A lot of people don't want a general election until NEXT year
A new poll shows that many Irish people don’t want an election before the end of this year despite speculation it will happen.
# Fennelly
Most Irish people don't believe Enda but no one in government wants to talk about it
Just 12 per cent of people believe the Taoiseach’s version of the events which led to Martin Callinan’s departure last year.
# claire byrne live
More than half the population wants Ireland to take in 5,000 refugees
The Claire Byrne Live poll has thrown up some interesting results.
# college ready
Half of parents don't know how to advise their children on further education
A new survey has also found that the majority want them to progress to higher education.
# no surprises
Credit unions are three times more popular than banks
Research has found that 25 per cent of credit union members said they joined because their parents set up an account for them.
# Optimistic
Irish senior executives optimistic about career prospects
High number are open to moving to new jobs, despite the recession.
# Unwanted presents
Nearly half of Irish adults would sell unwanted gifts online - survey
And almost one in four say they have done.
# Digital
Internet will contribute €11.3bn annually to the Irish economy by 2016 - report
The boost to the economy will be underpinned by 2.6 million online shoppers in 2012, according to new report from UPC.
# Your Say
Poll: Have you written a will?
Research shows just 34 percent of adults in Ireland have a will. So we ask: Have you made a will?
# Workplace
Workers in Ireland hate laziness, moodiness and volume of co-workers - study
A study has uncovered the habits employees in Ireland find most annoying in their co-workers.
# ireland online
3 out of 5 Irish internet users trust Irish content sites
Survey carried out for Association of Online Publishers Ireland shows that Irish online audiences want good quality content that relates to them.
# Wages
Two-thirds of people back Government's overall Budget strategy
An independent poll shows most people support the focus on spending cuts rather than tax increases.