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Tuesday 3 October 2023 Dublin: 11°C

# Survey

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A mystery of our time: How do you get a TD to answer a question?
How long is a piece of string?
We asked every TD if they want to repeal the Eighth Amendment - here's what they said
A lot of them don’t want to talk about it.
Brexit? Irish business people are ramping up their campaign against it
The Institute of Directors in Ireland surveyed just under 400 of its members and found that 9 in 10 business directors and business leaders are concerned about a potential Brexit.
'We've spent weeks wrestling with Irish Water - but there's a far bigger concern we need to focus on'
Education funding needs to be kept up to scratch to protect our graduates, the HEA’s chief executive has warned.
Have you ever masturbated? New RTÉ survey wants to know all about young Irish adults
The survey asks a range of questions from the political to the personal.
Keep an eye out for these two creatures basking in the Irish sun
If you spot one, take a photo and help wildlife experts track their movements.
Ireland is the biggest user of legal highs in Europe as their growth shows 'no signs of a slowdown'
The EU Drug Markets Report shows that the use of new drugs continues to rise across Europe.
Vast majority of principals say austerity has undermined mental health support for students
The results of a survey show how a moratorium on hiring has affected schools.
LGBT teenagers are three times more likely to attempt suicide
A new survey shows that LGBT teenagers have higher levels of anxiety and depression.
Many people in mortgage arrears are contemplating suicide
A new survey explores the impact debt has on people’s mental health.
One in 12 female students are victims of rape or attempted rape
The USI is launching an awareness campaign after a survey documented the unwanted sexual experiences of college students in Ireland.
Are your local roads in a state? You're not alone
A national survey finds that 44% of regional roads in Ireland have extensive surface defects, while 31% of local roads have structural issues.
The Garda Commissioner has just met with the people behind the 'low Garda morale' survey
The survey by the Association of Garda Sergeants and Inspectors has found that Garda morale is running “dangerously low” at present.
Given up on owning your own home? Most people have
Three in ten tenants also fear losing their houses.
Here's the priciest (and the cheapest) places to buy next to a rail station in Dublin
The latest figures pinpoint how much it costs to buy a house next to a commuter station near the capital.
Irish people are the third most generous in Europe
A study has found that three out of five Irish people helped a stranger in the last month.
Most prosperous countries in the world revealed: Ireland ranked above Germany, UK and US
Norway has been named the most prosperous country for the seventh year running.
Sorry Leo, fizzy drinks won't be taxed
The Health Minister had asked for a 20% tax on the drinks to help tackle obesity.
Irish shoppers like buying stuff that's about to go off...
Over a third of us visit supermarkets at the end of the day to seek discounts on products that are at the end of their shelf life.
Here's what REALLY makes men and women happy, according to a ridiculous survey
Heads up: It’s not having fun. Or being with your family. Or anything like that.
Students are using prescription medicines to get high
The use of ‘fat burning’ drugs is also on the rise.
More members of staff are stealing from their employers
The most common crime reported by businesses was burglary.
Should the minimum wage be raised to €11.50 an hour?
The support to increase the minimum wage has been described as “overwhelming”.
Abortion strikes fear into so many politicians, but it hasn't gone away you know...
Analysis: Abortion, like no other issue in Irish politics, has proved to be intensely problematic and stressful for our – mostly male – elected politicians.
Fianna Fáil doesn't want to repeal the 8th Amendment
Micheál Martin didn’t respond to our survey, while others had an identical reply.
Here is how much kids made from their Communions this year
The figure has actually dropped since 2014.
What's top of your county's shopping list?
Tesco has found what items pop up more in certain counties.
A huge number of Irish adults are worried about not having enough money to buy food
A full third of Irish parents with young children are concerned about feeding their family.
Most gay sportsmen and women in Ireland 'verbally abused' on the pitch
A worldwide survey of homophobia in sport has results on Ireland.
Irish men are the sexiest men*
*According to this (very accurate) survey.
Here's how many men in Ireland say they have paid for sex
Very few women have, according to this survey.
More of us are taking trips abroad but where are we all going?
New CSO figures for last year show there was also an increase in the number of people taking a break in Ireland.
Got the long weekend fear?
Here’s some simple steps to having a stress-free workday tomorrow, courtesy of Operation Transformation’s Dr. Ciara Kelly.
Politicians 'don't understand the stress of having to pay bills'
Customers want simpler bills and exit fee options.
Dubliners think Ireland is doing great, but people in rural areas don't agree
Urban boom, rural bust.
Apparently four out of five women don't shower every day*
*don’t worry, it’s just British women
There'll be no charging of your mobile when you're working for Ryanair
The conditions of employment at the airline are ‘observed to be an area of concern’ according to a new pilots’ survey.
Government parties are up FIVE POINTS in the first poll of the year
There’s good news for Lucinda’s new party too, as the ‘Rebooters’ make their first appearance in a political opinion poll.
Three-quarters of Dunnes Stores workers are on part-time flexible contracts
This comes from a survey carried out by Mandate Trade Union on worker satisfaction.
Survey finds that businesses aren't that crazy about the new Eircode system
Half of business owners asked did not feel the new post code system would impact on their business.