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# Attitudes

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Do you trust the gardaí? The gardaí's own survey claims nearly 90% of us do
Most people were surveyed before the Templemore and whistleblower scandals came to light.
'It's only getting worse': Up to 80 beggars on Dublin's city streets at any one time
There have been calls for a clampdown on eastern European begging gangs.
What do Irish people think about internet commenters?
Commenters can be a much maligned bunch but we love you really.
Let's talk about sex: 74% of women believe pornography is 'morally unacceptable'
As a collective, 61% of all people surveyed regarded porn as morally wrong.
Irish people believe now is a good time to buy a house
Over half of Irish people questioned in a global study said they believe now is a good time to buy.
Financial crisis associated with 'shock effect' on Irish attitudes towards immigrants
A study from the University of Limerick revealed the opposite effect in countries like Sweden and Denmark.
One third of Irish women don't use contraception
While nine per cent say they use natural methods.
Can non-Irish-speaking parents help their gaelscoil children with homework?
Plus, does playing music in the milking parlour influence the quality and amount of millk that cows produce?
No more austerity, not even for the sake of the euro
A new Red C poll of Irish adults finds that just 27 per cent of Irish people would support cuts to save the euro.
Column: Why are we making citizenship difficult for those who are entitled to it?
If someone is willing to contribute to Irish society why do we put barriers in their way? asks Dr Matt Cannon.
Poll: What do you think about house prices rising?
Asking prices for homes in parts of Dublin have risen by up to 12 per cent over the past year – but is this a good thing?
Can you give 1 per cent (of your time or money) to a good cause?
A new campaign is asking people to commit 1 per cent of their income, profits or time to a cause they believe in.
Opinion: Lance Armstrong-type attitudes are increasingly prevalent in sport
The win-at-all-costs philosophy that the disgraced cyclist discussed in his recent Oprah interview will be familiar to most sports fans.
One third think Ireland should leave the EU if the UK does
A Red C poll on Ireland and the EU found the vast majority of people think Ireland has benefited from its membership of the EU.
Almost quarter of Irish adults believe women are 'easy' if they carry condoms
When asked if they agreed with the statement: “If a woman carries condoms while not in a relationship, it gives the message that she is looking for sex or is easy.” 24 per cent said Yes.
Attitudes towards disabled more negative in past five years - report
The National Disability Authority has surveyed people’s attitudes to disability in 2011.