Sign Of The Times 20195/03/19
In this year’s review of consumer trends we have got up close and personal to living in Ireland.
Using a novel combination of face-to-face and digital qualitative we have captured a ‘day in the life’ of Irish citizens.
The report also draws from B&A published data on the economy, health, technology and shopping providing a comprehensive picture of where we are in 2019.
Uncertain times: Consumer Confidence Declines28/02/19
Behaviour & Attitudes Consumer Confidence Tracker for January 2019
Sunday Times / Behaviour & Attitudes Poll February 201917/02/19
Economy key to fate of FG.
Sunday Times January Report 201920/01/19
Sinn Fein and Independents gain in latest Nationwide Poll.
Sunday Times / Behaviour & Attitudes Poll December 201823/12/18
2018 has been a significant year for Ireland from a social, political and economic perspective. In casting our mind back over the key events most likely to have shaped support levels for the various political groupings over the course of the year, a number of critical milestones emerge.
Perhaps the most seismic of all events in 2018 was the decision by two-thirds of the electorate to repeal the Eighth Amendment to the Constitution, thereby removing the ban on abortion in Ireland. In many ways, this vote crystallised the social transformation of the country from one informed by the moral teachings of the Catholic church, to a truly secular society beholden to no single institutional religion.
Sunday Times / Behaviour & Attitudes Poll December 2018