Fine Gael may be benefiting from a lack of ‘acceptable’ alternatives
Fine Gael is maintaining its support, despite growing anger over the handling of the lockdown, while Fianna Fáil and the Greens are bearing the brunt of voter frustration
For as long as I have been polling, there have been people that do not understand why the results sometimes don’t reflect their views.
Often they may feel they hold a majority view when they actually don’t and this is perhaps explained by the growing tendency of them being more exposed to content that matches their own way of thinking and less exposed to content that challenges it.
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Susan O’Keeffe: The state is still failing mother and baby homes victims
Instead of doubling its efforts to make up for past sins, the state is doubling down to avoid the practical consequences of those acts of cruelty and degradation against thousands of babies
Comment: Taking data as certain can lead to dangerous decisions
As economists and policymakers increasingly rely on data-based machine-learning and AI systems, we must be clear about its limitations
James O’Connor: Ireland could turn a higher rate of corporate tax into a win-win
The global tax regime is changing and we face losing out significantly if we do not consider a new approach to our competitiveness
Michael Brennan: Acid test of Greens’ peace deal will be what happens in Dublin Bay South
Hazel Chu insists there is ‘no squabble’ with Eamon Ryan, the Green Party leader, but time and the next general election will tell