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Poll finds 63% of Irish people are happy, highest on record

Just 11 per cent say they are unhappy, poll finds

Michael Brennan

Political Editor

@obraonain
31st December, 2017

A new opinion poll has found that almost two-thirds of Irish people are happy, the highest level on record.

About 63 per cent of Irish adults polled by Red C stated that they are happy, compared with a happiness rating of just 45 per cent in 2011.

Just 11 per cent say they are unhappy. This is the lowest level of unhappiness recorded since Red C started tracking happiness among the population six years ago.

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