Monday May 25, 2020

Ireland will have its first female Taoiseach by 2025, Future of Ireland survey predicts

The survey found 44 per cent of people believe their lives will be better in 2025 than they are today

9th November, 2015
Nearly three-fifths of people expect Dublin to become less important over the next 10 years

Ireland will have its first female Taoiseach by 2025, the retirement age will have risen to 75 and the importance of Dublin will have declined, according to a new survey of people's expectations for the future.

The Future of Ireland survey of 1,000 people, carried out by Amárach for media agency OMD with the support of Ulster Bank, found an overall feeling of optimism about the future among those surveyed with 44 per cent believing their lives...

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