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# Survey

This week
24th September 2023 - 30th September 2023
Last year 8% of young adults had their sexual images or videos shared without consent
The report also shows that 50% of young adults experienced sexual harassment in the twelve-month period.
This month
September 2023
Nearly 30% of Irish 16-year-olds say they gambled within the previous year
A new report looks into gambling among Irish teenagers.
Last month
August 2023
Two-thirds of suckler farmers open to cutting herd numbers, survey finds
The Irish Farmers Journal has found many would be interested in a Government-funded scheme for a reduction.
Three in four farmers would vote for a new farmers’ political party, survey shows
The Irish Farmers Journal carried out the survey amoung 1,982 readers.
This year
2023
66% of young adults who disclosed an experience of sexual violence told a friend first
The survey found that 36% of women who did not disclose any experience of sexual violence did so because they felt ashamed or embarrassed.
6% of Irish Rail passengers travelled without a valid ticket last year
Irish Rail could be losing around €12.3 million per annum through fare evasion.
HSE to launch survey to measure prevalence of long Covid in Ireland
People in Longford, Westmeath, Laois, Offaly, Kildare, West Wicklow and south Dublin will be invited to take part in the survey.
30% of children told they can go online 'whenever they want', survey finds
One school who spoke to the charity had an incident where an older child sent sexual images into a snapchat group with younger kids in it.
Last year
2022
Half of women experiencing menopause view it as a negative experience
The survey found that the average woman in menopause experiences up to seven symptoms at any given time.
Pauw's Ireland named Team of the Year and Katie Taylor voted most admired athlete again
The first series win in New Zealand is also widely captured in the findings of the annual Teneo Sport survey.
Fine Gael remains the most popular political party among Irish farmers, poll shows
That’s according to a poll commissioned by the Irish Farmers Journal.
Rise in cost-of-living impacting property market sentiment, survey finds
49% of homebuyers and 63% of renters said the crisis has affected their ability to buy or rent a property.
Fianna Fáil calls for more public transport policing as it launches survey on commuter safety
The survey aims to gather more detail on anecdotal reports of assault and harassment on public transport.
Almost one in four motorists check their phone notifications while driving
New research by the Road Safety Authority also found that 13% of drivers write messages or emails while behind the wheel.
Safety concerns given as reason by women for not walking more, survey finds
The survey is the first on travel behaviour carried out by the CSO since the coronavirus pandemic.
Majority of Irish people don't support a ban on recyclable coffee cups, survey finds
A so-called latte levy is being considered by the Government.
Irish people largely support staying in EU - but many unsure how it works
Extensive survey by The Good Information Project / Ireland Thinks shows Fine Gael supporters most likely to be uncritical of EU.
Major survey finds older Irish people much more supportive of EU than those in other European states.
Number of Eurosceptics is small but many in general population worry about sovereignty and fisheries.
Generational gap on issues is wide as 65+ cohort worries about immigration and young about climate action.
Irish businesses divided on going cashless within a decade
The counties most confident of this transition are Dublin (55%) and Galway (51%).
Almost one-third of workers would change jobs to guarantee working remotely, survey finds
The third annual National Remote Working Survey found that 95% of respondents believe working remotely makes life easier.
Majority in North think Brexit has increased likelihood of united Ireland – survey
The poll also found that 48% support for Northern Ireland remaining part of the UK.
Growing number of Irish people willing to take part in clinical trials
According to a nationwide survey, 60% of people would be willing to take part in a clinical trial – up from 48% in 2020.
'People are dying before they get justice': Another member leaves Mother and Baby Home forum
Conrad Bryan said survivors are not being listened to when it comes to redress, so he’s taking matters into his own hands
One in four Irish people said they have tested positive to Covid-19
Public health officials announced 11,741 new Covid-19 infections today.
Quarter of parents worry whether they can provide food for their family - Barnardos report
Parents who are concerned about food described themselves as feeling “stressed”, “worried about the future”, and “guilty”.
Half of third-level students intervened in an incident of sexual violence or harassment - survey
Three in ten students said they did not feel well informed about intervening as a bystander.
Littering in Irish urban centres increased during 2021 - here are the cleanest towns and cities
PPE litter has also increased in the past year, according to the survey by a business group.
All time
Fairytale of New York is Ireland's favourite Christmas song by landslide, new poll shows
It’s according to new polling conducted by Red C on behalf of The Journal.
Irish people 'overwhelmingly recognise' climate change threat as 90% say we must act on emissions
A report by
Lauren Boland
Only 9% of people think Ireland is too small to make a difference on the climate, a new EPA report has found.
Only 9% of people think Ireland is too small to make a difference on the climate, Lauren Boland reports.
Nine in tene believe that it has a responsibility to act and reduce greenhouse emissions, a new report has found.
The same number of people believe politicians need to be doing "more" or "much more" to address climate change.
'Critical gaps' between government's climate plans and what it's actually doing - report
People under 60 likely to face ‘less liveable’ world, Mary Robinson says
Six in 10 people have reduced social contacts over the last week, new poll shows
44% of people said that they had cancelled plans for the pre-Christmas period within the last week.
Over a third of pre-teens are gaming online with people they don't know
It represents a 16% increase on the previous year’s figure.
Irish people drank almost an extra litre of water a day during pandemic, survey finds
Women are drinking more water than men, the research found.
Irish teenagers facing high levels of sexual harassment, report finds
Four out of five teenagers surveyed said they had been subjected to sexual harassment in the last 12 months.
One in five people in Ireland are renting 'because they can't afford a mortgage'
The RTB survey founds that the profile of landlords is changing, with large landlords looking to expand their portfolios.
Half of parents living with an adult child would like them to move out
90% of adults who live with their parents agree.
One-third of nation feels nervous about being able to meet up with people indoors again
That’s according to new polling conducted by Red C on behalf of The Journal.
Almost half of Irish people are concerned about sharing personal information online
This is a decline of 8% from 2019 to 2020, placing Ireland close to the global average of 45%.
Majority of nurses considered leaving profession due to mental health impact of Covid-19
91% of nurses said they experienced mental exhaustion because of the pandemic.
Majority of Irish people want celebrities banned from promoting junk food
The finding was part of a study carried out on behalf of the Irish Heart Foundation.
Two in five Irish people have donated more than €100 to charities in the past year
Of those donating, 52% are donating to charity at least every two months.
Almost half of Irish people don't have confidence in the EU's Covid-19 vaccines strategy
That’s according to a Red C poll commissioned by European Movement Ireland published today.