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Increased Demand for Retrofitting Irish Homes – BPFI

Nearly half of Irish consumers plan to undertake energy efficiency home improvements in next three years! New research conducted by Coyne Research and published today by Banking & Payments Federation Ireland (BPFI) shows an increasing demand for retrofitting with new research showing 49% of consumers are planning to undertake energy efficient home improvements in the

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Chartered Accountants Leinster Society Salary Survey 2021

Average Chartered Accountants Salary Package Remains Consistent at €112k A new survey published today places the average salary package (including base salary, car or car allowance, plus bonus) for a Chartered Accountant in Leinster at €112,033, consistent with recent years. But in contrast to previous surveys, a strong shift in work practices, values and priorities

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Love Island 2021: An Irish Perspective

Have You Got The Love For Love Island? Coyne Research recently conducted a national survey amongst 1,000 Irish adults aged 18+, to find out what they thought of Love Island. 58% of all Irish adults claim to have tuned into Love Island at least once this year, compared to just 34% in 2018. 1 in

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Hybrid Work Spaces – Home Security & Working From Home

Home Security & Working From Home. Coyne Research conducted a national survey amongst 1,000 Irish adults aged 18+ on behalf of Allianz recently around the topic of hybrid work spaces, working from home and home security. The research shows that 1 in 3 adults currently work from home. Amongst those working from home or expect

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Irish Adults Twice as Likely to Take a Vaccine vs. the French

Confidence in Covid-19 Vaccine Ending the Pandemic. Coyne Research conducted a survey amongst 1000 Irish adults aged 18+ and 750 adults aged 18+ in China and France around confidence in vaccines bringing an end to the Covid-19 pandemic in 2021 and uptake thereof. The Research shows that nearly 2 in 5 Irish adults are feeling