Richard Colwell: Lockdown takes its toll as happiness levels plummet
The latest Business Post/Red C poll shows that many Irish people are admitting to being unhappy and Fianna Fáil is being hardest hit by the national discontent
Are you feeling gloomy? If the answer is yes, then you are not alone because so do a large proportion of people in Ireland right now.
In today’s Red C poll, we asked whether people felt happy with their life at the moment. Unusually for Ireland, we found the majority of people were not happy. This is a society that is regularly lauded for having some of the happiest people on the planet.
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