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The Daily Poll

Poll: Has your disposable income increased?

The Irish League of Credit Unions says disposable income has risen by almost €50 since December 2012 to €182 left at the end of the month.

THE LATEST SURVEY from the Irish League of Credit Unions has shown disposable income has risen by almost €50 since December 2012, and most adults are now left with €182 at the end of the month.

It also found that the number of people with no money left over after essential bills has fallen by almost 40,000, but 480,000 people still have no disposable income at the end of the month.

In light of this, we want to know if you have seen an improvement: Has your disposable income increased?


Poll Results:

I don't know (2569)
No (2354)
Yes (418)

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