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# Survey

This week
9th June 2024 - 13th June 2024
Most family carers struggling to make ends meet and suffering from loneliness, survey finds
Last month
May 2024
The HSE wants drug users to fill out survey to discover trends - and figure out harm reductions
Almost a third of LGBT+ community in Ireland avoid certain areas for fear of being assaulted
This year
2024
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Study finds negative stereotypes about disabilities may fuel excuses for ableism
Last year
2023
Katie Taylor voted Ireland's most admired athlete for seventh year running
Alcohol consumption levels have decreased in the last five years, survey finds
Last year 8% of young adults had their sexual images or videos shared without consent
Nearly 30% of Irish 16-year-olds say they gambled within the previous year
Two-thirds of suckler farmers open to cutting herd numbers, survey finds
Three in four farmers would vote for a new farmers’ political party, survey shows
66% of young adults who disclosed an experience of sexual violence told a friend first
6% of Irish Rail passengers travelled without a valid ticket last year
HSE to launch survey to measure prevalence of long Covid in Ireland
30% of children told they can go online 'whenever they want', survey finds
All time
Half of women experiencing menopause view it as a negative experience
Pauw's Ireland named Team of the Year and Katie Taylor voted most admired athlete again
Fine Gael remains the most popular political party among Irish farmers, poll shows
Rise in cost-of-living impacting property market sentiment, survey finds
Fianna Fáil calls for more public transport policing as it launches survey on commuter safety
Almost one in four motorists check their phone notifications while driving
Safety concerns given as reason by women for not walking more, survey finds
Majority of Irish people don't support a ban on recyclable coffee cups, survey finds
Irish people largely support staying in EU - but many unsure how it works
Irish businesses divided on going cashless within a decade
Almost one-third of workers would change jobs to guarantee working remotely, survey finds
Majority in North think Brexit has increased likelihood of united Ireland – survey
Growing number of Irish people willing to take part in clinical trials
'People are dying before they get justice': Another member leaves Mother and Baby Home forum
One in four Irish people said they have tested positive to Covid-19
Quarter of parents worry whether they can provide food for their family - Barnardos report
Half of third-level students intervened in an incident of sexual violence or harassment - survey
Littering in Irish urban centres increased during 2021 - here are the cleanest towns and cities
Fairytale of New York is Ireland's favourite Christmas song by landslide, new poll shows
Irish people 'overwhelmingly recognise' climate change threat as 90% say we must act on emissions
Six in 10 people have reduced social contacts over the last week, new poll shows
Over a third of pre-teens are gaming online with people they don't know
Irish people drank almost an extra litre of water a day during pandemic, survey finds
Irish teenagers facing high levels of sexual harassment, report finds
One in five people in Ireland are renting 'because they can't afford a mortgage'