Taking the Nation’s Pulse: Is Recovery on the Way?

Coyne Research and The Sunday Business Post have again teamed up to measure public perceptions of economic events on the horizon and the impact they might have. Read the full story from Coyne Research Consultant James MacCarthy-Morrogh here.

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Coyne Research Economic Events SBP 20151004

Methodology: Online Omnibus survey. Nationally representative online sample.

Sample: 1,000 Irish adults … Find out more

AIMRO reception at ESOMAR LIVE

ESOMAR LIVE came to Dublin this week and we’ve been in the listening to revelations and hearing from thought leaders in market research. Follow us on Twitter to see what we made of it all. AIMRO kindly invited Coyne Research and some of our clients to a reception at the Gravity Bar, and here we are…

Helen … Find out more

How safe do we feel online?

We asked the public a few questions about internet security. Here’s what we found:

Over 1 in 5 Irish adults (22%) have had an account of theirs such as email, social network, or online hacked.
Almost 7 in 10 Irish adults (68%) use online banking at least once a week, and 2 in 5 Irish adults (40%) … Find out more

Summer shopping and summer holidays

We asked our online panel of Irish adults about their ideal summer. Lots of people were looking forward to going on holidays (22%), and those who were staying at home were hoping for good weather (28%). So much for that. Mostly, though, we just want to have good times with family and friends (38%). They told … Find out more

Mortgage special on new Central Bank lending rules

Coyne Research in partnership with The Sunday Business Post examines attitudes to new Central Bank lending rules. Find out what people are saying about the mortgage market, long-term renting, and the impact of the new mortgage rules. Read Coyne Research Consultant James MacCarthy-Morrogh on whether Central Bank moves can restore trust in a challenging market.

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Are we in recovery? 2 in 5 still struggle to pay their mortgage


Recent research conducted by Coyne Research show that 2 in 5 mortgage holders, in the Republic of Ireland, find it difficult to repay their mortgage each month. Opinions are split as to how mortgage debt should be dealt with, with 37% agreeing that no one should be able to get their mortgage debt written off by the … Find out more

Majority Intend to Vote ‘Yes’ in Same-sex Marriage Referendum – Coyne Research Opinion Poll


The results of our January 2015 ‘Pulse of the Nation Opinion Poll’ are in! We asked the public whether they intended to vote in the upcoming same-sex marriage referendum and which way they would vote.

Nearly 4 in 5 (78%) of Irish adults plan to vote in the Constitutional Referendum on same-sex marriage.

Voting intension is highest amongst … Find out more

Coyne Research Shortlisted for a Research Excellence Award 2014

Coyne Research is delighted to announce that we have been shortlisted for a Research Excellence Award for 2014 in the Advertising Research Category. The nomination is for research conducted for Ulster Bank, who launched their post-recession mortgage campaign this year, and which has achieved great success so far.

Check out all the other finalists on the … Find out more

Welcome to our new website!

After many months of planning, we are delighted to announce the launch of our new website – designed with a fresh new look.

It has been designed with our clients – and potential clients – in mind with clear, user friendly navigation and packed with all the latest information on our services. We hope you … Find out more

Coyne research are proud to have our work featured in the new Irish Life 2014 campaign.

Irish Life, Ireland’s largest life insurance and pensions company, announced our research findings at the launch of its new brand campaign, which celebrates 75 years in business. The campaign, which includes TV, radio, print, outdoor and online advertising, is entitled We Know Irish life – We are Irish Life, and features 75 humorous and insightful … Find out more