Crime replaces health as biggest worry for Irish

Worry about crime has overtaken concern about the state of the healthcare system as the most important issue in the country, according to a European Commission poll.

8th July, 2006

Worry about crime has overtaken concern about the state of the healthcare system as the most important issue in the country, according to a European Commission poll.

The Euobarometer poll of public feeling on a range of national and European issues was conducted between March and April.

Health and crime rated far ahead of issues such as the economy, unemployment, inflation, pensions and the environment.

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