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Saturday 9 October, 2021

Why The Telegraph's 2014 front page on Labour, UKIP and immigration was my worst nightmare
# The Good Info Project
# The Good Info Project

Why The Telegraph's 2014 front page on Labour, UKIP and immigration was my worst nightmare

Oct 9th 2021, 6:00 PM 19,556 Views 7 Comments

Looking back at his time with the Labour Party in the UK as UKIP was emerging, Kevin Cunningham analyses how and why anti-immigration politics have almost uniquely failed to take hold in Ireland.

Tuesday 7 September, 2021

Less than a third of people in Ireland would take a trip to space - even if it was free
# Earth Bound
# Earth Bound

Less than a third of people in Ireland would take a trip to space - even if it was free

Sep 7th 2021, 11:44 AM 6,741 Views 21 Comments

The Ireland Thinks/Good Information Project poll turned up some interesting answers.

Sunday 8 August, 2021

Poll: Satisfaction with public transport is concentrated almost entirely within Dublin
# The Good Info Project
# The Good Info Project

Poll: Satisfaction with public transport is concentrated almost entirely within Dublin

Aug 8th 2021, 7:00 PM 24,443 Views 71 Comments

77% of Dubliners feel their area is well serviced by public transport – but in the midlands, 78% feel the exact opposite.

Tuesday 13 July, 2021

Column: Lessons from Dublin Bay South
# Opinion Polls
# Opinion Polls

Column: Lessons from Dublin Bay South

Jul 13th 2021, 7:00 AM 12,088 Views 7 Comments

While elected representatives in Ireland have previously sought to censor public opinion polls, they do so under a paternalistic presumption that the public is incapable of adequately deciphering the information, writes Dr Kevin Cunningham.

Monday 28 June, 2021

What is an 'affordable home'? Most people put the price at between €200,000 and €299,000
# Ireland Thinks Poll
# Ireland Thinks Poll

What is an 'affordable home'? Most people put the price at between €200,000 and €299,000

Jun 28th 2021, 12:05 AM 28,713 Views 56 Comments
  • In an Ireland Thinks/Good Information Project poll, the Irish public mostly disagree with the government's assessment of 'affordable'.
  • Overall, 50% of the public suggested that a price between €200,000 and €299,000 was 'affordable'.
  • About 3% of respondents believed a property priced at over €600,000 was affordable.

Sunday 27 June, 2021

69% of people believe past governments are to blame for the current housing crises
# Ireland Thinks
# Ireland Thinks

69% of people believe past governments are to blame for the current housing crises

Jun 27th 2021, 9:30 PM 16,368 Views 53 Comments

Meanwhile, the Ireland Thinks/The Good Information Project poll shows majority support for a right to housing to be enshrined in the constitution.

Sunday 9 May, 2021

New poll shows most office workers want to work from home 2 to 3 days per week post-pandemic
# Ireland Thinks
# Ireland Thinks

New poll shows most office workers want to work from home 2 to 3 days per week post-pandemic

May 9th 2021, 9:00 PM 35,518 Views 36 Comments

The Ireland Thinks poll found 20% of those working from home do so in their bedrooms.

Sunday 31 December, 2017

These were the 15 'biggest things' to happen in 2017
# Review 2017
# Review 2017

These were the 15 'biggest things' to happen in 2017

Dec 31st 2017, 7:00 PM 114,064 Views 23 Comments

Here’s the list, according to Irish people.

Saturday 31 December, 2016

The Top 20: What was the ‘biggest thing’ to happen in 2016?
# Review 2016
# Review 2016

The Top 20: What was the ‘biggest thing’ to happen in 2016?

Dec 31st 2016, 6:00 AM 4,322 Views 11 Comments

A countdown of the top 20 ‘biggest things’ that happened this year, according to Irish people.

Tuesday 1 November, 2016

The big Brexit question: 'Should we side with the UK or the EU?'
# Opinion
# Opinion

The big Brexit question: 'Should we side with the UK or the EU?'

Nov 1st 2016, 8:30 PM 473 Views 131 Comments

The outcome of Brexit will likely leave both parties poorer, writes Kevin Cunningham.