Ireland & the EU Poll - European Movement Ireland

May 11, 2016 - This infographic illustrates the results of a Red C opinion poll commissioned by European Movement Ireland, to ascertain the views of Irish ...
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Awareness EU will abolish mobile phone roaming charges by 15 June 2017 All Adults

Social Class Breakdown

8%

ABC1

96%

2015

2016

EM IRELAND/RED C POLL

C2DE

91%

92%

AWARENESS

Ireland & the EU Poll

F

79%

This infographic illustrates the results of a Red C opinion poll commissioned by European Movement Ireland, to ascertain the views of Irish people on a variety of topics related to Irish-EU relations. The poll was conducted from 9-11 May 2016 among a representative sample of 1,015 people aged 18 and over from across the country. A series of statements were read out and respondents were asked by Red C to Agree strongly, Agree slightly, Disagree strongly or Disagree slightly. We have grouped them into ‘Agree’ and ‘Disagree’

Gender Breakdown

94%

91%

The UK should remain in the EU All Adults

Work-Status Breakdown

Regional breakdown 94

Working Part Time

Connaught/Ulster

92

Retired

0 10 20 30 40 50 60 70 80 90 100

91%

96

97

82

93

92%

90

92%

94% 18-24

25-34

35-44

45-54

55-65

65+

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Munster

85%

Age breakdown

Munster

Age

86%

AGREE

Percent

Percent

Age breakdown 92

Dublin

Rest of Leinster

Rest of Leinster

86%

Connaught/Ulster

83

Full Time Student

87% Dublin

100 90 80 70 60 50 40 30 20 10 0

92 82

83

87

90

85

Work-Status Breakdown 90

Working Full Time Working Part Time Unemployed Home Maker Full Time Student

Age 18-24

25-34

35-44

45-54

55-65

65+

Retired

77 71

Percent

95

Home Maker

86%

Percent

76

Unemployed

100 90 80 70 60 50 40 30 20 10 0

14%

95

Working Full Time

Regional breakdown

84 93 88

0 10 20 30 40 50 60 70 80 90 100

If the UK were to leave the EU, Ireland should leave also? All Adults

Ireland should remain part of the EU

ABC1

14%

81%

Social Class Breakdown

All Adults

Social Class Breakdown

ABC1

92%

10%

DISAGREE

22%

19%

88%

90% AGREE

F

91%

F

23% Connaught/Ulster

96%

Work-Status Breakdown

Dublin

Rest of Leinster

24 16

26

18

Unemployed

15 Home Maker Full Time Student Retired

Age 25-34

35-44

28

45-54

55-65

Regional breakdown

65+

17

85%

87%

11

2015

0 10 20 30 40 50 60 70 80 90 100

Work-Status Breakdown

13%

92

Working Full Time

Gender Breakdown

83

Working Part Time

76

Unemployed

18%

87%

20%

90

Full Time Student

AGREE

84

Retired

0 10 20 30 40 50 60 70 80 90 100

16% Dublin

Rest of Leinster

84

Home Maker

Connaught/Ulster

21%

2016

Taking everything into consideration, Ireland has on balance, benefited from being a member of the EU All Adults

21

20%

94%

Munster

23

Working Part Time

14

88%

17

91%

Percent

Working Full Time

Percent

Percent

Support from adults aged 18-24 has increased

Regional breakdown

Age breakdown

18-24

2016

C2DE

C2DE

100 90 80 70 60 50 40 30 20 10 0

2015

Support from adults aged 18-24 has increased

Regional breakdown Connaught/Ulster

91%

Munster

20%

85% Dublin

Rest of Leinster

87%

81%

91%

Munster

87% 2015

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2016


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