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SIPTU more to blame than Luas drivers - survey

Data finds public increasingly frustrated with travel chaos

13th May, 2016
The dispute at Luas continues Pic:

As Luas drivers announce six more days of disruptions next month, public opinion appears to have turned against union bosses.

A survey carried out by market intelligence group iReach found that more people now blame union SIPTU than the drivers for the ongoing pay dispute.

Last February, in a nationally representative survey of 1,000 adults on the Luas strike and its effects, 31 per cent thought Luas drivers only were at fault. That figure has...

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