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# Ipsos MRBI

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# vaccine hesitancy
Young Irish people 'less likely to get vaccinated' than overall population, survey finds
Vaccination rate in Ireland is highest in the EU – but 18 to 34-year-olds still showing signs of hesitancy.
# uptake
Only 4% of people in Ireland say they will refuse a Covid-19 vaccine
88% intend to receive a vaccine – or already have.
# pollsters
Fine Gael remains on top with Sinn Féin in second while Greens drop sharply in latest opinion poll
Approval with the government has plummeted since June according to the latest opinion poll.
# Opinion Poll
Varadkar's popularity continues to slide as satisfaction with him and government at lowest level in years
From a high of 60%, Varadkar’s satisfaction rating now stands at 36%.
# Ipsos MRBI
Fine Gael candidates in the lead in each European constituency, new opinion poll finds
The numbers currently look good for Frances Fitzgerald, Sean Kelly and Mairead McGuinness.
# healthy distrust
Irish people are not hopeful for the future of healthcare here at all
As many people are pessimistic for the future of healthcare here as are optimistic about it.
# Popularity contest
There seems to be no escape from Facebook's dominance
It has two of the most popular messaging apps among Irish users with FB Messenger taking first place.
# edged out
Ireland found to be the second least ignorant nation... beaten out by these guys
We were beaten only by South Korea when it comes to how much we know about social realities.
# November surprise?
The latest poll might give Enda notions of calling an early election
Support for Fine Gael and the government is up although the news is not as good for Labour.
# On the rise
There's great news for Enda and Joan in the latest poll
The latest Ipsos MRBI poll for the Irish Times has good news for the coalition.
# Opinion Poll
Can you guess which party's voters are least supportive of same-sex marriage?
A new poll has found increased support overall for the introduction of same-sex marriage.
# we won't pay
Lots of people say they won't pay their water charges
An Ipsos MRBI poll in this morning’s Irish Times finds that less than half of voters intend to pay.
# elation once again
Neck and neck: Sinn Féin and Fine Gael are level in latest opinion poll
Fianna Fáil are the big losers in the new opinion poll.
# Dochas
Irish people have no idea how much we spend on foreign aid
A new Ipsos MRBI poll also found that Irish people are mostly in favour of overseas aid, even in an economic downturn.
# SME Exports
AIB announces €200m fund to support Irish SME exports
The bank’s latest Exports Outlook Report for SMEs shows positive mood among Irish companies for expanding their export market in 2014.
# Popular
Joan Burton and Michael Noonan are the most popular ministers
Fine Gael jumped four points in the poll with 30 per cent of people saying the would vote for the party if there was an election tomorrow.
# Seanad referendum
Poll indicates Seanad referendum will pass, but a fifth don't know how they'll vote
Still a large number of undecideds according a poll in the Irish Times this morning.
# Social Networking
11 per cent of people in Ireland now have Snapchat (but just 3% have Vine)
The latest snapshot of social media habits in Ireland has thrown up some interesting figures.
# Social Networking
These graphs show you what social media sites Irish people are using
Over a third of the country don’t use social networking websites but the number of Facebook and Twitter users is on the rise.
# popularity
Joan Burton is the most popular cabinet minister - new poll
An Ipsos MRBI poll for the Irish Times reveals a 41pc approval rating for Burton, but only 13pc for James Reilly.
# Abortion
Poll finds 85 per cent support abortion 'in certain circumstances'
The Ipsos MRBI poll in the Irish Times also finds that only 37 per cent of people believe abortion should be permitted where a woman deems it to be in her best interests.
# Opinion Polls
New opinion poll shows Fianna Fáil is Ireland's most popular party
The Ipsos MRBI poll in tomorrow’s Irish Times puts FF on 26pc, with Fine Gael on 25pc and Labour down to 10pc.
# constitutional convention
Voters want to scrap Seanad, give diaspora the vote and review Constitution
Ipsos MRBI has polled a number of issues that will be up for discussion at the constitutional convention which gets under way this weekend.
# Poll
Joan Burton the most popular of the high-profile ministers
A new poll has also revealed that voters are in support of means testing child benefit payments.
# Social Networks
1 in 5 people now has a Twitter account (and 10 per cent still have a Bebo page)
An Ipsos MRBI poll has found that more than half of the population has a Facebook page – and one third use no social networking sites at all.
# Referendum
Referendum: First of three polls shows Yes campaign continue to lead
The number of undecideds has fallen but they will be crucial to deciding the outcome of the Fiscal Compact referendum next week, according to the latest poll.
# Opinion Polls
Government satisfaction rating plummets in new opinion poll
An Ipsos MRBI opinion poll for the Irish Times sees Sinn Féin rise by 6 points, as support for the three main Dáil parties all falls.
# Radio
Average adult listens to over 3 hours of radio each day
Statistics compiled by Ipsos MRBI for JNLR show that the average adult listens to 196 minutes of radio broadcasts each day.
# Social Media
Social media use in Ireland no longer growing, poll finds
The number of people using Facebook has fallen slightly – but is still almost half the adult population.
# Race for the Áras
Gallagher retains major lead in Irish Times Áras opinion poll
With three days to go until polling, Seán Gallagher holds a 15 per cent lead over the field – the largest his lead has been in any poll.
# Opinion Poll
Sinn Féin rises to second in latest party polling
Sinn Féin has overtaken Labour and Fianna Fáil – making it the second most popular political part in Ireland, according to today’s poll.