adults in Ireland have heard or read about the budget for 2019.
believe the housing crisis is not going to improve in the next year.
don’t think the homelessness crisis is going to be resolved.
Irish government announced the 2019 budget earlier in the month. With this in
mind, we conducted a nationally representative survey on 1,000 adults in
Ireland to discover how they feel about the budget for 2019.
of adults in Ireland have heard or read about the budget for 2019.The older
age cohorts are more likely to read or hear about it (72% - 18-34-year old’s,
87% - 35-54-year old’s and 90% of 55+ year old’s).
those who have heard or read about the budget, only 12% of these feel
positive about it, 52% feel indifferent and 28% feel negative about it. 8%
believe that the housing crisis is not
going to improve in the next year, 15% think it will improve and 18% are
don’t think the homelessness crisis will be resolved, 9% think it will be and
15% are unsure.
summary, the majority (83%) of people have read or heard something about the
budget but half (52%) of these feel indifferent about Budget 2019.
Insights provides a range of research and market intelligence services in Ireland
and Europe. iReach has built a Consumer Decisions Research Panel of 40,000
members in Ireland, delivering robust research insights. The survey questions
were included in the Nationally Representative iReach Consumer Decisions
Omnibus run between the 11th October and the 18th October
and has a 3% Confidence Interval and 95% Confidence Level.