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Poll: Do you believe the economy will improve next year?

Great things have been predicted.

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“UNEMPLOYMENT IS FALLING, investment is on the rise and the Irish consumer is looking ahead with more confidence.”

Things are looking pretty good for the Irish economy, according to a new IBEC report, and the employers association is predicting it’ll continue to get better next year.

‘Spectacularly’ so, in fact.

This is at a time of a weak ruble, and growing concerns that the Eurozone will face a ‘triple dip’ recession.

We want to know what you think: Do you believe Ireland’s economy will improve next year?

Poll Results:

Yes (4167)
No (2585)
I don't know (711)

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