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# Your Say

# Your Say
Poll: Have you used Chat GPT?
The sophisticated technology can write essays, poetry, computer code, and a whole lot more.
24th March 2023
# Your Say
Poll: Have you ever donated for Daffodil Day?
The Irish Cancer Society is fundraising today for its annual Daffodil Day.
This week
19th March 2023 - 25th March 2023
# Your Say
Poll: Do you have confidence in the Government?
Labour is expected to table a motion of n0-confidence in the Government.
# Your Say
Poll: Do you think Boris Johnson will ever lead the Conservatives again?
He has said he will vote against Rishi Sunak’s deal on post-Brexit trading arrangements in Northern Ireland.
# Your Say
Poll: Are you worried about a global banking crisis?
Heavy uncertainty has gripped the banking sector since Silicon Valley Bank said it needed to raise money to stay afloat.
# Your Say
Poll: How far do you think Ireland will go in this year's Rugby World Cup?
Andy Farrell’s men are top of the world and Six Nations champions heading into the summer.
# Your Say
Poll: Should Ireland have a mobile emergency alert system?
UK residents will receive a test emergency alert on their mobile phones next month.
Last week
12th March 2023 - 25th March 2023
# Your Say
Poll: Do you like Niall Horan's music?
The Mullingar man performed at the White House for St Patrick’s Day last night.
# St Patrick's Day
Poll: Will you attend a St Patrick's Day parade today?
Or will you be staying on the couch?
# Daily poll
Poll: Is it worthwhile for Ministers to travel abroad for St Patrick’s Day?
Almost €175,000 was spent last year to send ministers abroad on trade missions for St Patrick’s Day.
# Your Say
Poll: Are you going to do something to celebrate St Patrick's Day?
It’s just two days away.
# Your Say
Poll: What's your favourite Michael Caine film?
The prolific actor is celebrating his 90th birthday today.
# Your Say
Poll: Is it acceptable for Americans to make jokes like SNL's about Irish stereotypes?
The strong Irish presence at the Oscars gave rise to some questionable jokes in recent days.
# Your Say
Poll: Will Ireland bring home an Oscar in an acting category?
Colin Farrell, Brendan Gleeson, Barry Keoghan, Kerry Condon, and Paul Mescal are all in line to receive the famous gold statuette.
This month
March 2023
# Your Say
Poll: Will you watch Match of the Day tonight?
The show is to go ahead this evening with no presenters, pundits, or regular commentators.
# Your Say
Poll: Do you like the new Ireland National Team crest?
The new crest focusses on the ‘unique Irish symbol of the shamrock’.
# Your Say
Poll: Will you stay up to watch the Oscars?
Barry Keoghan has criticised British Airways after losing his suitcase on the way to Los Angeles for the awards.
# Your Say
Poll: How often do you use cash?
A motion to ensure access to cash is protected it set to be debated today.
# Your Say
Poll: Will you try to get tickets to Eurovision in Liverpool?
There are nine shows in total that fans can buy tickets for – six rehearsals and three live shows.
# Your Say
Poll: Do you think the eviction ban should be extended?
Cabinet will meet tomorrow to discuss whether to extend, amend or lift the ban.
# Your Say
Poll: Do you like Mrs Brown's Boys?
The four new episodes will be the first mini-series run of the popular show since 2013.
# Your Say
Poll: Do you play video games?
The PlayStation 2 was released to widespread acclaim on this day 23 years ago.
# Your Say
Poll: Do you want to see snow next week?
Met Éireann advises that Tuesday ‘will be a cold day with the chance of any showers turning to sleet and snow on hills and mountains’.
# Your Say
Poll: Will you try to get tickets for Ed Sheeran's surprise 3Arena gig?
Fans who pre-order his album before Tuesday will be able to access presale tickets.
# Your Say
Poll: Have you ever bought anything because an 'influencer' posted about it?
Research from the advertising watchdog reveals only one in 10 people have trust in what influencers post on social media.
Last month
February 2023
# Your Say
Poll: Did you spot the Northern Lights this week?
The aurora borealis? At this time of year?
# Your Say
Poll: Would Holly Cairns' leadership make you more likely to vote for the Social Democrats?
The party will be hoping that a new leader can help its performance in the polling booth.
# Your Say
Poll: Do you think Ireland can win a Grand Slam at the Six Nations?
The Irish team has beaten Wales, France, and Italy so far.
# Your Say
Poll: Do you think Joe Biden should serve another term as US President?
Biden’s wife Jill said yesterday that the US president ‘has not finished what he started’.
# Your Say
Poll: Do you use TikTok?
The European Commission and Council have banned staff from using TikTok on official devices.
# Your Say
Poll: Are you giving anything up for Lent?
The Christian season lasts for forty days.
# Your Say
Poll: Would a food trolley service make you more likely to travel by train?
The Cork to Dublin route will be catered again from early April.
# Your Say
Poll: What time of the day should you eat pancakes on Pancake Tuesday?
It’s that time of year again.
# Your Say
Poll: What is your favourite Roald Dahl book?
A Willy Wonka prequel film starring Timothy Chalamet is set for release in December.
# Your Say
Poll: Which film do you think should win at the Baftas tonight?
The film awards will be broadcast this evening.
# Your Say
Poll: Should trade checks remain between Britain and Northern Ireland?
A deal on the Northern Ireland Protocol may be reached in the coming days.
# Your Say
Poll: Do you have the TikTok app?
The company is planning to open a second data centre in Ireland.
# Your Say
Poll: How often do you watch or listen to RTÉ?
The broadcaster released its annual list of highest-paid presenters yesterday.
# Your Say
Poll: Have you ever worked in retail?
New research has found that the majority of Irish retail workers are earning less than a living wage.
# Your Say
Poll: Do you like Lilt?
Coca-cola said the Lilt name is being shelved, but the drink will taste the same post-rebrand.