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Sunday Times /Behaviour & Attitudes February 2014 Opinion Poll

11th – 19th February, 2014

Prepared for

Prepared by Ian McShane J.5365


Technical Appendix

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Technical Appendix

The results of this opinion poll are based upon a representative sample of 968 eligible Irish voters aged 18 years +.

As such, the results can be deemed to be accurate to within plus or minus 3.3 percentage points at the 95% confidence level.

Fieldwork was conducted over the period 11th – 19th February, 2014 with interviewing carried out at the Behaviour & Attitudes Computer Aided Telephone Interviewing (CATI) Unit at Milltown House in Dublin.

Interviewing was conducted across all 43 constituencies in the country with households selected for interview by way of Random Digit Dialling (RDD).

The sample is split across RDD landline numbers and RDD mobile telephone numbers, so as to ensure that individuals living in landline only households, mobile only households, and households with both a landline and mobile telephone are represented in their correct proportions.

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Technical Appendix

The subsequent survey results are weighted to reflect the known demographic profile of Irish adults, utilising the most recently published census population estimates from the Central Statistics Office (CSO).

Party support levels are subsequently realigned in accordance with a technical adjustment factor, designed to smooth the effects of extreme highs and lows in support levels for individual parties as measured at a single point in time, and taking variable election day turnout levels into account.

All aspects of the survey, including the Party Support adjustment factor, are implemented in accordance with the technical and ethical guidelines set down by the Association of Irish Market Research Organisations (AIMRO) and the European Society of Opinion & Market Research (ESOMAR).

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Charted Summary

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Sunday Times/Behaviour & Attitudes Government and Party Leader Satisfaction Levels 12th 9th 26th 24th 17th 19th 15th 13th 21st 24th 2nd 18th 12th 20th 17th 23rd Feb Sept. Mar Jun Sept Dec Feb Nov Jan Aug, Oct, Oct, Dec. Feb Apr, May 2011 2011 2011 2011 2011 2012 2012 2012 2012 2012 2013 2013 2013 2013 2013 2014 (f/w: (f/w : (f/w : (f/w : (f/w : (f/w : (f/w : (f/w: (f/w: (f/w: (f/w: (f/w: (f/w: (f/w (f/w (f/w: th th th 4th 31st 11 - 11 – 10 3rd – 11th – 1st15th 16th 20th 16th 7th15th 11th 18th st th th 26 24 Sept 15th 19th 9th Jan – 13th – 21 – Sept – 12th – – – Jan. Mar. June – 17th Dec Feb Sept 12th Nov 24th – 2nd 18th Dec, 20th 17th 23rd Feb, Aug, Oct, Oct, 2011) Feb. Apr. May, 2012) 2012) 2013) 2013) 2013) Sept 2013) 2014) 2013) 2011) 2011) 2011) 2011) 2012) 2012) 2012) The Government

5%

42%

34%

36%

26%

26%

29%

31%

24%

26%

22%

25%

24%

24%

35%

31%

Micheál Martin

43%

40%

31%

36%

40%

33%

34%

41%

34%

42%

48%

44%

43%

37%

43%

43%

Enda Kenny

40%

62%

51%

58%

44%

41%

47%

42%

38%

41%

39%

39%

37%

34%

44%

41%

Eamon Gilmore

55%

52%

43%

46%

35%

34%

37%

32%

34%

29%

26%

29%

26%

26%

32%

31%

Gerry Adams

40%

48%

50%

50%

48%

46%

43%

42%

39%

40%

43%

45%

43%

41%

33%

39%

Eamon Ryan

-

34%

30%

30%

30%

25%

29%

29%

27%

27%

30%

29%

30%

30%

30%

31%

Q.2 Q.3

Would you say you are satisfied or dissatisfied with the manner in which the Government is running the country? Would you say you are satisfied or dissatisfied with the way (…..) is doing his job as (…….)?

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Sunday Times/Behaviour & Attitudes Core Party Support Levels 12th Feb. 2011 (f/w: 31st Jan – 12th Feb, 2011)

24th 2nd 18th 12th 20th Aug, Oct, Oct, Dec. Feb. 2011 2011 2011 2011 2012 (f/w: (f/w: (f/w: (f/w : (f/w: 16th – 20th 16th – 7th- 15th – 24th Sept 18th 12th 20th nd Aug, – 2 Oct, Dec, Feb. 2011) Oct, 2011) 2011) 2012) 2011)

17th Apr, 2012 (f/w: 11th – 17th Apr. 2012)

23rd May 2012 (f/w: 18th – 23rd May, 2012)

9th 13th 21st Sept. Jan Nov 2012 2012 2013 (f/w: (f/w: (f/w: 4th 1st- 15th – 21st 9th 13th Sept Jan. Nov 2012) 2012) 2013)

26th Mar 2013 (f/w: 11th 26th Mar. 2013)

15th 24th 17th Jun Sept Dec 2013 2013 2013 (f/w: (f/w (f/w 11th – 10th 3rd – 24th Sept 15th th June – 17 Dec 2013) Sept 2013) 2013)

19th Feb 2014 (f/w: 11th – 19th Feb 2014)

Fianna Fáil

11% 12% 11% 11% 15% 11% 12% 12% 12% 16% 19% 19% 19% 15% 19% 16%

Fine Gael

26% 35% 26% 27% 22% 23% 22% 24% 23% 23% 17% 19% 19% 19% 21% 22%

Labour

17%

Sinn Féin

10% 10% 12% 14% 15% 18% 14% 17% 13% 12% 13% 13% 13% 14% 11% 16%

Green Party Independ ents/ Others

1%

9%

2%

10% 11%

3%

10% 10% 10%

1% 9%

8%

1%

7%

1%

7%

3%

8%

1%

8%

2%

7%

1%

12% 11% 12% 10% 12% 11%

7%

2% 9%

4%

2%

5%

2%

6%

3%

5%

2%

5%

3%

15% 12% 14% 13% 14%

Undecided 25% 22% 28% 27% 27% 30% 30% 28% 30% 29% 33% 27% 29% 30% 28% 24%

Q.7

If there was a General Election tomorrow, to which party or independent candidate would you give your first preference vote?

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Sunday Times/Behaviour & Attitudes Party Support Levels (Excluding Undecideds - Unadjusted) 12th Gener 24th 2nd Feb, al Aug, Oct, 2011 Electio 2011 2011 (f/w: (f/w: (f/w: n st 31 Result 16th – 20th 24th Sept – Jan – 25th th 2nd Feb Aug, 12 Feb, 2011) Oct, 2011) 2011)

18th 20th 12th Oct, Dec. Feb, 2011 2011 2012 (f/w: (f/w: (f/w: 16th – 7th- 15th – 18th 20th 12th Oct, Dec, Feb. 2011) 2011) 2012)

17th Apr, 2012 (f/w: 11th – 17th Apr. 2012)

23rd May 2012 (f/w: 18th – 23rd May, 2012)

9th Sept. 2012 (f/w: 4th 9th Sept 2012)

13th Nov 2012 (f/w: 1st13th Nov20 12)

21st Jan 2013 (f/w: 15th – 21stJa n. 2013)

26th Mar 2013 (f/w: 11th 26th Mar. 2013)

15th 24th 17th Jun Sept Dec 2013 2013 2013 (f/w: (f/w (f/w 11th – 10th 3rd – th 24 Sept – 15th 17th June Dec 2013) Sept 2013) 2013)

19th Feb 2014 (f/w: 11th – 19th Feb 2014)

Fianna Fáil

15% 17% 15% 15% 15% 20% 16% 17% 17% 18% 23% 28% 27% 27% 21% 27%

21%

Fine Gael

34% 36% 44% 36% 37% 30% 32% 32% 33% 33% 32% 26% 26% 26% 27% 29%

28%

Labour

23% 19% 12% 14% 15% 11% 10% 10% 11% 11% 10% 10%

Sinn Féin

14% 10% 13% 17% 19% 21% 25% 20% 23% 19% 17% 20% 17% 19% 20% 15% 21%

Green Party

2%

2%

2%

4%

1%

3%

2%

5%

1%

2%

2%

2%

6%

3%

7%

3%

8%

4%

7%

3%

7%

4%

Independen 14% 16% 12% 13% 13% 15% 15% 17% 14% 17% 16% 14% 21% 17% 20% 19% 18% t/ Others

Q.7

If there was a General Election tomorrow, to which party or independent candidate would you give your first preference vote?

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Party Support Adjustment Factor: Technical Note

Predicting election results on the basis of poll data is not an exact science. All the evidence shows that support for individual parties can swing dramatically in the period between elections- very often outside the bounds of historic election results.

What to do in these circumstances? Most polling companies in Britain and Ireland publish their raw survey results as an index of fluctuations in the emotional mood of voters. They also build in an adjustment based on a number of factors. Where we have reports of how people voted in the last general election as well as how they intend to vote in the next one we can use these data to model the likely level of swing from the last election results.

We then add back in the forecasts of voters who have not voted last time or do not answer that particular question.

Finally we take into account each individuals stated likelihood of voting in a forthcoming General Election.

This is the basis of the adjusted voting forecast in Behaviour & Attitudes polls.

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Party Support Levels

(Excluding Undecided - Adjusted) 2nd 18th Oct, Oct, 2011 2011 (f/w: (f/w: 20th 16th – Sept – 18th 2nd Oct, Oct, 2011) 2011)

12th Dec. 2011 (f/w: 7th12th Dec, 2011)

17th 23rd 20th Apr, May Feb, 2012 2012 2012 (f/w: (f/w: (f/w: 15th – 11th – 18th – 20th 17th 23rd Feb. Apr. May, 2012) 2012) 2012)

9th Sept. 2012 (f/w: 4th 9th Sept 2012)

13th Nov 2012 (f/w: 1st13th Nov 2012)

21st Jan 26th 2013 Mar (f/w: 2013 15th – (f/w: 21stJa 11th 26th n. Mar. 2013) 2013)

24th Jun 2013 (f/w: 11th – 24th June 2013)

17th Sept 2013 (f/w 10th Sept – 17th Sept 2013)

15th Dec 2013 (f/w 3rd – 15th Dec 2013)

19th Feb 2014 (f/w: 11th – 19th Feb 2014)

Fianna Fáil

16%

14%

18%

16%

15%

16%

16%

22%

24%

23%

24%

21%

21%

19%

Fine Gael

34%

35%

29%

33%

33%

33%

31%

30%

26%

27%

27%

25%

30%

30%

Labour

16%

16%

12%

13%

14%

14%

14%

12%

11%

7%

7%

11%

11%

9%

Sinn Féin

14%

17%

19%

20%

16%

17%

18%

14%

19%

15%

16%

18%

15%

18%

Green Party

3%

1%

3%

2%

5%

2%

2%

3%

3%

2%

3%

3%

3%

3%

Independent s/ Others

17%

16%

18%

16%

18%

18%

19%

19%

18%

25%

23%

23%

21%

21%

Q.7

Adjusted figures based on: 

All who state they would definitely vote

Weighting of those respondents who give a definite answer as to who they would vote for in a general election and who they voted for in the last election, in line with the result of the last election.

Making no adjustment to stated voting intention of those who do not indicate how they voted in last election. If there was a General Election tomorrow, to which party or independent candidate would you give your first preference vote?

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Sale of Snack Products in Secondary Schools - Summary All Eligible Respondents - 968

LEVELS OF AGREEMENT WITH SALE OF PRODUCTS IN SECONDARY SCHOOLS Available for Sale – No Provisos

Available for sale with school funding

Agree

Disagree

Agree

Disagree

%

%

%

%

Confectionery & Crisps

29

70

41

58

Soft drinks

29

69

38

61

Breakfast bars/Cereal bars

63

37

65

35

Flavoured bottled water

69

30

70

30

Q.8

Do you agree or disagree that Confectionery and crisps should be available for sale in secondary school shops and vending machines? REPEAT FOR: Soft Drinks, Breakfast bars/cereal bars and flavoured bottled water.

Q.9

And would you agree or disagree that confectionery and crisps should be available for sale in secondary schools if the profits generated were used to fund necessary school services? REPEAT FOR: Soft Drinks, Breakfast bars/cereal bars and flavoured bottled water.

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Agreement with sale of Snack Products in Secondary Schools x Demographics Base: All Eligible Voters Total Base:

Gender Age Male Female 18-34 35-54

55+

ABC1

Class C2DE

F

Dublin

Region Area Leins Munste Conn/ Urban Rural ter r Ulster

968

475

493

265

408

295

459

460

49

296

246

262

164

659

306

%

%

%

%

%

%

%

%

%

%

%

%

%

%

%

Confectionery & Crisps - No Provisos

29

33

25

44

24

19

27

29

39

33

26

31

23

32

24

- With school funding

41

47

36

54

38

31

36

46

42

44

36

41

44

43

39

- No Provisos

29

35

23

41

22

24

25

31

33

33

25

30

26

32

24

- With school funding

38

44

32

49

35

29

31

41

48

42

34

38

35

40

34

Soft Drinks

Breakfast/ereal bars - No Provisos

63

67

59

77

57

54

60

64

64

67

60

65

56

65

59

- With school funding

65

70

60

75

61

58

63

65

72

65

63

66

64

65

65

Flavoured bottled water - No Provisos

69

73

65

82

65

59

67

69

70

69

67

72

64

69

73

- With school funding

70

73

66

80

66

63

69

70

68

73

69

69

65

71

67

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Agreement with sale of Snack Products in Secondary Schools x Party Support Base: All Eligible Voters

Total

Fianna Fail

Fine Gael

Labour

968

139

214

%

%

- No Provisos

29

- With school funding

Party Support Green Party

Sinn Fein

Indep/ Others

Would not/DK

55

29

133

145

252

%

%

%

%

%

%

23

21

27

31

36

32

32

41

42

36

38

40

44

47

43

- No Provisos

29

23

26

30

37

36

32

27

- With school funding

38

38

35

36

47

44

35

36

- No Provisos

63

70

60

56

76

68

60

58

- With school funding

65

73

62

55

85

66

66

59

Base:

Confectionery & Crisps

Soft Drinks

Breakfast/cereal bars

Flavoured bottled water - No Provisos

69

69

65

62

77

80

69

64

- With school funding

70

73

67

59

80

77

70

66

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Commentary

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Sunday Times/Behaviour & Attitudes Opinion Poll Series Background The background to the last Sunday Times/Behaviour & Attitudes Opinion Poll was somewhat unique insofar as it was conducted in the immediate lead in to Ireland’s official exit from its three year bailout programme. Consequently, and as might be expected, satisfaction levels with the Government jumped nine percentage points on its previous standing in the September 2013 Poll, with support for Fine Gael also registering a significant bounce. These favourable ratings for the Government and its main Coalition partner had also likely been influenced by the fact that the 2014 budget had been announced in October of last year, with some of its negative impact undoubtedly softened by the time polling was conducted in December. Since then, business within the socio-political sphere has returned to ‘normal’, with the cut and thrust of domestic politics very much to the fore as the key protagonists limber up for June’s local and European elections. At a macro level, voters’ consumer confidence levels have continued to rise over the last couple of months, with Behaviour & Attitude’s February 2014 Consumer Confidence Monitor indicating that although still in negative territory, confidence in the economy has improved to 2005 pre-recession levels. The B&A Business Confidence Monitor has been witnessing a similar upward trajectory. 15


Sunday Times/Behaviour & Attitudes Opinion Poll Series Background Notwithstanding this general belief that the overall economy is on the road to recovery, it is also the case that voters are less confident with regard to their personal finances in the year ahead. In other words, while Irish voters have been convinced that Ireland Inc is beginning to emerge from the Great Recession, they believe it will take at least another year or so before they see the benefits of this recovery in their own pockets. At a more narrow party political level, other factors which may have influenced voters’ opinions in today’s poll include the Labour Party Conference which was held midway through fieldwork, as well as the announcements of a raft of Euro Election candidates in the broader media. Finally, we cannot ignore in our interpretation of today’s Poll results the on-going controversy surrounding the alleged bugging of the Garda Síochána Ombudsman Commission offices, and the subsequent pressure which Minister for Justice Alan Shatter, in particular, has been subjected to by opposition TDs. Against the backdrop of all of the above factors, the results of today’s Poll make interesting reading, and suggest that we have a battle royale on our hands as campaigning for the summer elections is poised to kick off.

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Sunday Times/Behaviour & Attitudes Opinion Poll Series Party Support and Leader Satisfaction Levels In our analysis of party leader satisfaction levels in December’s Poll, it was noted that a general increase in leader satisfaction would have been expected following the traditionally low levels registered in post-summer September polls. Both Enda Kenny’s and Eamon Gilmore’s ratings did, however, increase significantly last December to their highest levels in over a year, with overall Government satisfaction coming in at October 2011 levels. All in all, the Government and its constituent parties should be reasonably pleased with the results of today’s poll. While Government satisfaction has dropped four percentage points since December, it still stands, at 31%, at a level which is higher than its average rating throughout all of 2012 and 2013. As was the case in last December’s Poll, Government satisfaction is lower amongst female voters (27%) versus males (34%), and amongst C2DE blue collar workers (25%) versus ABC1 white collar workers (36%).

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Sunday Times/Behaviour & Attitudes Opinion Poll Series Party Support and Leader Satisfaction Levels Nevertheless, it is a fact that two-thirds of Irish voters are expressly dissatisfied with the manner in which the Government is running the country. Of the two Coalition partners, two-thirds of Fine Gael supporters are happy with the way the administration is conducting itself, while Labour Party supporters are split 50:50 between those who are satisfied, and those who are dissatisfied with their Government. Enda Kenny’s performance as Taoiseach is rated satisfactorily by 41% of the Electorate – a figure which peaks amongst males (46%), those from a farming (57%) and white collar working (46%) background, as well as across rural Ireland in general (46%). All in all, it can only be concluded that those who are at the coalface of Irish industry, along with rural Ireland in general, are impressed with the Taoiseach and the manner in which he has navigated the country through the trials and tribulations of recent years. While he has not witnessed a post-Ard Fheis bounce, Eamon Gilmore will be reassured at his 31% satisfaction rating as Tánaiste – again a level which is significantly above those registered for him over the previous twelve months. Meanwhile, Eamon Ryan’s personal rating as leader of the Green Party is very much in line with previous polls at 31%, as is that of Micheál Martin as leader of Fianna Fáil at 43%.

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Sunday Times/Behaviour & Attitudes Opinion Poll Series Party Support and Leader Satisfaction Levels In our last Poll, Gerry Adam’s personal rating as leader of Sinn Féin dropped a significant eight percentage points to an all time low of 33%. At the time, this drop was attributed to the litany of bad publicity surrounding him over the preceding months. With questions consistently arising with regard to the appropriateness of Sinn Féin’s ‘old guard’ leading the party into the next General Election, Adams will presumably be relieved at the increase in his ratings by six percentage points in today’s poll from 33% to 39%. With regard to party support, Fine Gael stands in today’s poll at 30% support – equating to over half a million Irish voters, and identical to last December’s rating. Last time out, we witnessed a decrease of three percentage points in Fine Gael’s support amongst rural-based voters. Given its traditional rural grass roots support base, it will be encouraging for the party to note that it has regained this lost support in rural areas (from 33% to 37%), and held its own (at 25%) in urban areas. Labour Party support, meanwhile, has decreased by a statistically insignificant two points to 9%. The party does, however, command a three point lead over Fianna Fáil in the key Dublin area, although it lags behind Sinn Féin and Independents to a significant degree in the capital. Interestingly, Green Party support continues to rise in Dublin, reaching 8% in today’s poll. While this share of the vote would clearly not be enough to capture a Euro seat for Eamon Ryan in the constituency, it does suggest that the party has established a base level of support upon which it can launch a credible bid for the third and final seat in June. 19


Sunday Times/Behaviour & Attitudes Opinion Poll Series Party Support and Leader Satisfaction Levels Meanwhile, the power of Independent candidates, at 21% support on a national basis, is remarkable. The pattern of support for Independents across demographic groupings is also noteworthy. For example, a quarter of all voters aged 55 years+ (i.e. that cohort most likely to actually vote in an election) are currently likely to opt for Independent candidates. 27% of all Dublin voters would support Independents if there was a General Election tomorrow, higher than the level of support registered for any of the main political parties, including Fine Gael. Based upon these figures, we can expect a raft of new Independent candidates to be elected in June’s local elections, and at least in contention in the newly drawn European constituencies. The main ‘winner’ in today’s poll is, however, Sinn Féin, whose support has increased three percentage points since December, to 18% support today. The party has undoubtedly benefitted from the performance of some of its key figures in dealing with recent controversies surrounding the charity sector, and the GSOC bugging scandal. Its support is quite well balanced across gender, all age groups from 18-54 years, and indeed between urban and rural areas. Although a General Election is of course a long way away in political terms, it is literally impossible from today’s poll to predict the mix of parties and/or Independents likely to comprise the post 2016 Government. 20


Sunday Times/Behaviour & Attitudes Opinion Poll Series Secondary Schools Snack Products With the issue of childhood (and indeed adult) obesity taking centre stage in World Health Organisation policy planning, the question as to what types of foods and drinks should be available for sale to school children has become more acute. Specifically, there has been considerable debate around the kinds of snack foods and drinks that should be available for sale in secondary school shops and vending machines. With a view to informing this debate, the opportunity was taken to question Irish voters on the matter in today’s Poll. Rather than solely ask respondents whether they agreed or disagreed with the sale of a series of different snack foods/drinks in secondary schools, a more nuanced approach was adopted whereby voters were also asked whether they might be more or less inclined to accept the sale of such snack foods in schools if the profits generated were used to fund necessary school services. The key take-outs from this section of the Poll were as follows:

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On average, seven in ten of all Irish voters are opposed to the sale of confectionery, crisps and soft drinks in secondary schools. When the proposition is amended, however, to include a proviso to the effect that some of the profits from snack food sales would be used to fund necessary school services, support increases, albeit with a majority still opposed to the idea. 21


Sunday Times/Behaviour & Attitudes Opinion Poll Series Secondary Schools Snack Products

In general, supporters of the Green Party, Sinn Féin, and Independents are more likely to support the sale of snack products in secondary schools than are what might be described as the ‘mainstream’ political parties. Perhaps a question of freedom of choice for some individuals?

Younger individuals (18-34 years) are significantly more likely to support the sales of such products in schools than are those aged 35 years+.

Undoubtedly, this is linked to the fact that younger individuals are heavier consumers of the snack foods category in general, than are older (more health conscious) counterparts.

This is not to say that there is opposition to the sale of all types of snack products in secondary schools. Indeed, circa two-thirds of all consumers would be in favour of the sale of such products as breakfast bars and flavoured bottled water. A key consideration in this overall debate is clearly the extent to which one snack product might be deemed to be more or less healthy than another, and the basis upon which such judgements are made.

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Tabular Data


February TeleBar 2014 Q1 Are you eligible to vote in Irish General Elections, or not?

All Irish Adults 18+

Total

Gender

Male

Total

Sunday Times/Behaviour & Attitudes Opinion Poll

Age

Female

18-34

Class

35-54

55+

ABC1

J5365

Region

C2DE

F

Dublin

Leinster

Area

Munster

Conn/ Ulster

Urban

Rural

3,440

1,685

1,755

1,171

1,269

999

1,380

1,805

256

995

873

952

620

2,104

1,336

100%

100%

100%

100%

100%

100%

100%

100%

100%

100%

100%

100%

100%

100%

100%

WTD Base:

3,440

1,685

1,755

1,171

1,269

999

1,380

1,805

256

995

873

952

620

2,104

1,336

UNWTD

1,001

494

507

285

419

297

470

482

49

305

252

274

170

681

317

Yes, eligible

3,306

1,613

1,694

1,082

1,234

990

1,333

1,718

256

961

852

896

598

2,023

1,284

96%

96%

97%

92%

97%

99%

97%

95%

100%

97%

97%

94%

96%

96%

96%

No – not eligible

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26

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37

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58

37

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3%

2%

5%

2%

0%

2%

3%

-

3%

3%

4%

2%

3%

3%

39

15

24

28

4

8

12

26

-

7

-

19

12

24

15

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1%

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February TeleBar 2014 Q1 Are you eligible to vote in Irish General Elections, or not?

All Irish Adults 18+

Total

Party Support

Fianna Fail

Total

Sunday Times/Behaviour & Attitudes Opinion Poll

Fine Gael

Labour

Green Party

J5365

Likelihood

Sinn Fein

Indep/ Others

Would not/DK

Would vote

Would definitely vote

Would probably vote

Constituency

Might/ Would might not not Vote

5 Seats

4 Seats

3 Seats

3,440

547

732

175

101

532

466

882

2,760

2,177

583

244

404

1,129

1,242

1,069

100%

100%

100%

100%

100%

100%

100%

100%

100%

100%

100%

100%

100%

100%

100%

100%

WTD Base:

3,440

547

732

175

101

532

466

882

2,760

2,177

583

244

404

1,129

1,242

1,069

UNWTD

1,001

144

217

56

31

135

146

271

810

662

148

72

114

339

395

267

Yes, eligible

3,306

535

712

174

93

527

461

801

2,716

2,151

565

228

335

1,085

1,209

1,012

96%

98%

97%

99%

92%

99%

99%

91%

98%

99%

97%

94%

83%

96%

97%

95%

No – not eligible

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Page 2 Table 1

95

12

13

2

8

6

5

50

28

17

11

12

50

36

22

36

3%

2%

2%

1%

8%

1%

1%

6%

1%

1%

2%

5%

12%

3%

2%

3%

39

-

8

-

-

-

-

31

17

9

8

4

18

7

11

21

1%

-

1%

-

-

-

-

4%

1%

0%

1%

2%

4%

1%

1%

2%


February TeleBar 2014 Sunday Times/Behaviour & Attitudes Opinion Poll Q2 Would you say you are satisfied or dissatisfied with the manner in which the Government is running the country?

All Irish Voters

Total

Gender

Male

Total

WTD Base:

Age

Female

18-34

Class

35-54

55+

ABC1

J5365

Region

C2DE

F

Dublin

Leinster

Area

Munster

Conn/ Ulster

Urban

Rural

3,306

1,613

1,694

1,082

1,234

990

1,333

1,718

256

961

852

896

598

2,023

1,284

100%

100%

100%

100%

100%

100%

100%

100%

100%

100%

100%

100%

100%

100%

100%

3,306

1,613

1,694

1,082

1,234

990

1,333

1,718

256

961

852

896

598

2,023

1,284

UNWTD

968

475

493

265

408

295

459

460

49

296

246

262

164

659

306

Satisfied

1,009

546

463

312

385

312

477

429

103

265

245

304

196

589

420

31%

34%

27%

29%

31%

32%

36%

25%

40%

28%

29%

34%

33%

29%

33%

2,165

999

1,166

684

830

651

792

1,225

148

664

584

568

349

1,348

817

65%

62%

69%

63%

67%

66%

59%

71%

58%

69%

69%

63%

58%

67%

64%

Dissatisfied

No opinion

Page 3 Table 2

132

68

64

85

20

27

64

64

5

33

23

24

53

86

46

4%

4%

4%

8%

2%

3%

5%

4%

2%

3%

3%

3%

9%

4%

4%


February TeleBar 2014 Sunday Times/Behaviour & Attitudes Opinion Poll Q2 Would you say you are satisfied or dissatisfied with the manner in which the Government is running the country?

All Irish Voters

Total

Party Support

Fianna Fail

Total

WTD Base:

Fine Gael

Labour

Green Party

J5365

Likelihood

Sinn Fein

Indep/ Others

Would not/DK

Would vote

Would definitely vote

Would probably vote

Constituency

Might/ Would might not not Vote

5 Seats

4 Seats

3 Seats

3,306

535

712

174

93

527

461

801

2,716

2,151

565

228

335

1,085

1,209

1,012

100%

100%

100%

100%

100%

100%

100%

100%

100%

100%

100%

100%

100%

100%

100%

100%

3,306

535

712

174

93

527

461

801

2,716

2,151

565

228

335

1,085

1,209

1,012

UNWTD

968

139

214

55

29

133

145

252

798

655

143

69

97

327

386

255

Satisfied

1,009

140

458

86

10

51

124

140

894

760

134

62

44

364

324

321

31%

26%

64%

50%

10%

10%

27%

18%

33%

35%

24%

27%

13%

34%

27%

32%

Dissatisfied

No opinion

Page 4 Table 2

2,165

385

223

87

81

466

327

590

1,759

1,352

407

143

245

671

851

643

65%

72%

31%

50%

88%

88%

71%

74%

65%

63%

72%

63%

73%

62%

70%

63%

132

11

31

-

2

10

10

70

63

39

24

23

47

51

33

48

4%

2%

4%

-

2%

2%

2%

9%

2%

2%

4%

10%

14%

5%

3%

5%


February TeleBar 2014 Sunday Times/Behaviour & Attitudes Opinion Poll Q3 Would you say you are satisfied or dissatisfied with the way Mr. Kenny is doing his job as Taoiseach?

All Irish Voters

Total

Gender

Male

Total

WTD Base:

Age

Female

18-34

Class

35-54

55+

ABC1

C2DE

J5365

Region

F

Dublin

Leinster

Area

Munster

Conn/ Ulster

Urban

Rural

3,306

1,613

1,694

1,082

1,234

990

1,333

1,718

256

961

852

896

598

2,023

1,284

100%

100%

100%

100%

100%

100%

100%

100%

100%

100%

100%

100%

100%

100%

100%

3,306

1,613

1,694

1,082

1,234

990

1,333

1,718

256

961

852

896

598

2,023

1,284

UNWTD

968

475

493

265

408

295

459

460

49

296

246

262

164

659

306

Satisfied

1,364

738

626

437

515

412

620

598

147

340

364

378

282

775

589

41%

46%

37%

40%

42%

42%

46%

35%

57%

35%

43%

42%

47%

38%

46%

Dissatisfied

No opinion

Page 5 Table 3

1,773

814

959

525

684

565

661

1,003

109

548

458

487

280

1,123

650

54%

50%

57%

49%

55%

57%

50%

58%

43%

57%

54%

54%

47%

56%

51%

169

61

108

119

35

14

52

117

-

73

29

31

35

124

44

5%

4%

6%

11%

3%

1%

4%

7%

-

8%

3%

3%

6%

6%

3%


February TeleBar 2014 Sunday Times/Behaviour & Attitudes Opinion Poll Q3 Would you say you are satisfied or dissatisfied with the way Mr. Kenny is doing his job as Taoiseach?

All Irish Voters

Total

Party Support

Fianna Fail

Total

WTD Base:

Fine Gael

Labour

Green Party

J5365

Likelihood

Sinn Fein

Indep/ Others

Would not/DK

Would vote

Would definitely vote

Would probably vote

Constituency

Might/ Would might not not Vote

5 Seats

4 Seats

3 Seats

3,306

535

712

174

93

527

461

801

2,716

2,151

565

228

335

1,085

1,209

1,012

100%

100%

100%

100%

100%

100%

100%

100%

100%

100%

100%

100%

100%

100%

100%

100%

3,306

535

712

174

93

527

461

801

2,716

2,151

565

228

335

1,085

1,209

1,012

UNWTD

968

139

214

55

29

133

145

252

798

655

143

69

97

327

386

255

Satisfied

1,364

186

582

96

35

95

146

223

1,197

1,005

192

80

78

538

411

416

41%

35%

82%

55%

38%

18%

32%

28%

44%

47%

34%

35%

23%

50%

34%

41%

Dissatisfied

No opinion

Page 6 Table 3

1,773

340

95

74

45

421

305

490

1,436

1,098

338

124

196

498

714

561

54%

63%

13%

42%

48%

80%

66%

61%

53%

51%

60%

54%

58%

46%

59%

55%

169

9

34

4

13

11

10

88

82

47

35

25

62

50

84

35

5%

2%

5%

2%

14%

2%

2%

11%

3%

2%

6%

11%

18%

5%

7%

3%


February TeleBar 2014 Sunday Times/Behaviour & Attitudes Opinion Poll Q4 Would you say you are satisfied or dissatisfied with the way Mr. Gilmore is doing his job as Tanaiste?

All Irish Voters

Total

Gender

Male

Total

WTD Base:

Age

Female

18-34

Class

35-54

55+

ABC1

C2DE

J5365

Region

F

Dublin

Leinster

Area

Munster

Conn/ Ulster

Urban

Rural

3,306

1,613

1,694

1,082

1,234

990

1,333

1,718

256

961

852

896

598

2,023

1,284

100%

100%

100%

100%

100%

100%

100%

100%

100%

100%

100%

100%

100%

100%

100%

3,306

1,613

1,694

1,082

1,234

990

1,333

1,718

256

961

852

896

598

2,023

1,284

UNWTD

968

475

493

265

408

295

459

460

49

296

246

262

164

659

306

Satisfied

1,009

501

507

317

362

330

455

449

105

251

236

296

226

566

443

31%

31%

30%

29%

29%

33%

34%

26%

41%

26%

28%

33%

38%

28%

35%

2,014

1,013

1,001

578

814

623

770

1,118

126

616

564

535

299

1,258

756

61%

63%

59%

53%

66%

63%

58%

65%

49%

64%

66%

60%

50%

62%

59%

Dissatisfied

No opinion

Page 7 Table 4

284

99

185

187

59

38

108

151

24

95

51

65

73

199

85

9%

6%

11%

17%

5%

4%

8%

9%

10%

10%

6%

7%

12%

10%

7%


February TeleBar 2014 Sunday Times/Behaviour & Attitudes Opinion Poll Q4 Would you say you are satisfied or dissatisfied with the way Mr. Gilmore is doing his job as Tanaiste?

All Irish Voters

Total

Party Support

Fianna Fail

Total

WTD Base:

Fine Gael

Labour

Green Party

J5365

Likelihood

Sinn Fein

Indep/ Others

Would not/DK

Would vote

Would definitely vote

Would probably vote

Constituency

Might/ Would might not not Vote

5 Seats

4 Seats

3 Seats

3,306

535

712

174

93

527

461

801

2,716

2,151

565

228

335

1,085

1,209

1,012

100%

100%

100%

100%

100%

100%

100%

100%

100%

100%

100%

100%

100%

100%

100%

100%

3,306

535

712

174

93

527

461

801

2,716

2,151

565

228

335

1,085

1,209

1,012

UNWTD

968

139

214

55

29

133

145

252

798

655

143

69

97

327

386

255

Satisfied

1,009

152

376

84

25

89

120

164

881

727

153

66

58

370

347

291

31%

28%

53%

48%

27%

17%

26%

20%

32%

34%

27%

29%

17%

34%

29%

29%

Dissatisfied

No opinion

Page 8 Table 4

2,014

375

274

86

51

407

320

497

1,666

1,320

346

132

203

600

760

654

61%

70%

38%

49%

55%

77%

69%

62%

61%

61%

61%

58%

61%

55%

63%

65%

284

8

62

4

17

31

21

140

170

104

65

31

74

116

101

67

9%

2%

9%

3%

18%

6%

5%

18%

6%

5%

12%

13%

22%

11%

8%

7%


February TeleBar 2014 Sunday Times/Behaviour & Attitudes Opinion Poll Q5 Would you say you are satisfied or dissatisfied with the way Mr. Martin is doing his job as leader of Fianna Fail?

All Irish Voters

Total

Gender

Male

Total

WTD Base:

Age

Female

18-34

35-54

Class

55+

ABC1

C2DE

J5365

Region

F

Dublin

Leinster

Area

Munster

Conn/ Ulster

Urban

Rural

3,306

1,613

1,694

1,082

1,234

990

1,333

1,718

256

961

852

896

598

2,023

1,284

100%

100%

100%

100%

100%

100%

100%

100%

100%

100%

100%

100%

100%

100%

100%

3,306

1,613

1,694

1,082

1,234

990

1,333

1,718

256

961

852

896

598

2,023

1,284

UNWTD

968

475

493

265

408

295

459

460

49

296

246

262

164

659

306

Satisfied

1,425

682

743

421

491

513

573

696

155

301

365

450

309

770

654

43%

42%

44%

39%

40%

52%

43%

41%

61%

31%

43%

50%

52%

38%

51%

Dissatisfied

No opinion

Page 9 Table 5

1,519

798

721

475

608

435

588

832

99

507

404

389

219

966

553

46%

49%

43%

44%

49%

44%

44%

48%

39%

53%

47%

43%

37%

48%

43%

362

132

230

185

135

42

172

189

1

154

83

57

69

286

76

11%

8%

14%

17%

11%

4%

13%

11%

0%

16%

10%

6%

12%

14%

6%


February TeleBar 2014 Sunday Times/Behaviour & Attitudes Opinion Poll Q5 Would you say you are satisfied or dissatisfied with the way Mr. Martin is doing his job as leader of Fianna Fail?

All Irish Voters

Total

Party Support

Fianna Fail

Total

WTD Base:

Fine Gael

Labour

Green Party

J5365

Likelihood

Sinn Fein

Indep/ Others

Would not/DK

Would vote

Would definitely vote

Would probably vote

Constituency

Might/ Would might not not Vote

5 Seats

4 Seats

3 Seats

3,306

535

712

174

93

527

461

801

2,716

2,151

565

228

335

1,085

1,209

1,012

100%

100%

100%

100%

100%

100%

100%

100%

100%

100%

100%

100%

100%

100%

100%

100%

3,306

535

712

174

93

527

461

801

2,716

2,151

565

228

335

1,085

1,209

1,012

UNWTD

968

139

214

55

29

133

145

252

798

655

143

69

97

327

386

255

Satisfied

1,425

389

349

56

8

210

181

232

1,234

1,029

205

103

70

497

386

542

43%

73%

49%

32%

9%

40%

39%

29%

45%

48%

36%

45%

21%

46%

32%

54%

Dissatisfied

No opinion

Page 10 Table 5

1,519

135

302

115

57

263

237

406

1,250

971

280

77

183

466

650

403

46%

25%

42%

66%

61%

50%

51%

51%

46%

45%

50%

34%

55%

43%

54%

40%

362

11

61

3

28

54

43

163

232

152

80

48

82

122

173

67

11%

2%

9%

2%

30%

10%

9%

20%

9%

7%

14%

21%

24%

11%

14%

7%


February TeleBar 2014 Sunday Times/Behaviour & Attitudes Opinion Poll Q6 Would you say you are satisfied or dissatisfied with the way Mr. Adams is doing his job as leader of Sinn Fein?

All Irish Voters

Total

Gender

Male

Total

WTD Base:

Age

Female

18-34

35-54

Class

55+

ABC1

C2DE

J5365

Region

F

Dublin

Leinster

Area

Munster

Conn/ Ulster

Urban

Rural

3,306

1,613

1,694

1,082

1,234

990

1,333

1,718

256

961

852

896

598

2,023

1,284

100%

100%

100%

100%

100%

100%

100%

100%

100%

100%

100%

100%

100%

100%

100%

3,306

1,613

1,694

1,082

1,234

990

1,333

1,718

256

961

852

896

598

2,023

1,284

UNWTD

968

475

493

265

408

295

459

460

49

296

246

262

164

659

306

Satisfied

1,284

673

610

416

528

339

511

693

80

357

343

338

246

780

504

39%

42%

36%

38%

43%

34%

38%

40%

31%

37%

40%

38%

41%

39%

39%

Dissatisfied

No opinion

Page 11 Table 6

1,578

769

809

475

555

548

646

766

165

470

405

439

263

938

640

48%

48%

48%

44%

45%

55%

48%

45%

65%

49%

48%

49%

44%

46%

50%

445

170

275

191

151

103

176

259

10

135

103

119

89

306

140

13%

11%

16%

18%

12%

10%

13%

15%

4%

14%

12%

13%

15%

15%

11%


February TeleBar 2014 Sunday Times/Behaviour & Attitudes Opinion Poll Q6 Would you say you are satisfied or dissatisfied with the way Mr. Adams is doing his job as leader of Sinn Fein?

All Irish Voters

Total

Party Support

Fianna Fail

Total

WTD Base:

Fine Gael

Labour

Green Party

J5365

Likelihood

Sinn Fein

Indep/ Others

Would not/DK

Would vote

Would definitely vote

Would probably vote

Constituency

Might/ Would might not not Vote

5 Seats

4 Seats

3 Seats

3,306

535

712

174

93

527

461

801

2,716

2,151

565

228

335

1,085

1,209

1,012

100%

100%

100%

100%

100%

100%

100%

100%

100%

100%

100%

100%

100%

100%

100%

100%

3,306

535

712

174

93

527

461

801

2,716

2,151

565

228

335

1,085

1,209

1,012

UNWTD

968

139

214

55

29

133

145

252

798

655

143

69

97

327

386

255

Satisfied

1,284

194

185

47

24

409

186

234

1,099

852

247

99

83

448

432

404

39%

36%

26%

27%

25%

78%

40%

29%

40%

40%

44%

43%

25%

41%

36%

40%

Dissatisfied

No opinion

Page 12 Table 6

1,578

299

438

118

41

98

225

358

1,369

1,142

227

68

137

465

606

506

48%

56%

62%

68%

45%

19%

49%

45%

50%

53%

40%

30%

41%

43%

50%

50%

445

42

89

9

28

19

50

208

248

157

91

61

115

172

171

102

13%

8%

12%

5%

30%

4%

11%

26%

9%

7%

16%

27%

34%

16%

14%

10%


February TeleBar 2014 Sunday Times/Behaviour & Attitudes Opinion Poll Q7 Would you say you are satisfied or dissatisfied with the way Mr. Ryan is doing his job as leader of The Green Party?

All Irish Voters

Total

Gender

Male

Total

WTD Base:

Age

Female

18-34

35-54

Class

55+

ABC1

C2DE

J5365

Region

F

Dublin

Leinster

Area

Munster

Conn/ Ulster

Urban

Rural

3,306

1,613

1,694

1,082

1,234

990

1,333

1,718

256

961

852

896

598

2,023

1,284

100%

100%

100%

100%

100%

100%

100%

100%

100%

100%

100%

100%

100%

100%

100%

3,306

1,613

1,694

1,082

1,234

990

1,333

1,718

256

961

852

896

598

2,023

1,284

UNWTD

968

475

493

265

408

295

459

460

49

296

246

262

164

659

306

Satisfied

1,017

489

528

431

293

293

447

503

67

289

242

303

183

622

395

31%

30%

31%

40%

24%

30%

34%

29%

26%

30%

28%

34%

31%

31%

31%

Dissatisfied

No opinion

Page 13 Table 7

1,436

757

679

399

602

435

582

754

99

435

381

385

234

892

544

43%

47%

40%

37%

49%

44%

44%

44%

39%

45%

45%

43%

39%

44%

42%

854

367

487

252

340

262

303

461

89

237

228

208

180

509

344

26%

23%

29%

23%

28%

26%

23%

27%

35%

25%

27%

23%

30%

25%

27%


February TeleBar 2014 Sunday Times/Behaviour & Attitudes Opinion Poll Q7 Would you say you are satisfied or dissatisfied with the way Mr. Ryan is doing his job as leader of The Green Party?

All Irish Voters

Total

Party Support

Fianna Fail

Total

WTD Base:

Fine Gael

Labour

Green Party

J5365

Likelihood

Sinn Fein

Indep/ Others

Would not/DK

Would vote

Would definitely vote

Would probably vote

Constituency

Might/ Would might not not Vote

5 Seats

4 Seats

3 Seats

3,306

535

712

174

93

527

461

801

2,716

2,151

565

228

335

1,085

1,209

1,012

100%

100%

100%

100%

100%

100%

100%

100%

100%

100%

100%

100%

100%

100%

100%

100%

3,306

535

712

174

93

527

461

801

2,716

2,151

565

228

335

1,085

1,209

1,012

UNWTD

968

139

214

55

29

133

145

252

798

655

143

69

97

327

386

255

Satisfied

1,017

202

232

65

72

147

123

171

875

681

194

82

57

339

334

344

31%

38%

33%

38%

78%

28%

27%

21%

32%

32%

34%

36%

17%

31%

28%

34%

Dissatisfied

No opinion

Page 14 Table 7

1,436

259

278

80

14

262

229

315

1,209

982

227

85

142

400

536

500

43%

48%

39%

46%

15%

50%

50%

39%

45%

46%

40%

37%

42%

37%

44%

49%

854

75

202

29

6

117

110

315

632

488

144

61

137

346

340

168

26%

14%

28%

16%

7%

22%

24%

39%

23%

23%

26%

27%

41%

32%

28%

17%


February TeleBar 2014 Sunday Times/Behaviour & Attitudes Opinion Poll Q8 If there was a General Election tomorrow, to which party or independent candidate would you give your first preference vote?

All Irish Voters

Total

Gender

Male

Total

WTD Base:

Age

Female

18-34

Class

35-54

55+

ABC1

J5365

Region

C2DE

F

Dublin

Leinster

Area

Munster

Conn/ Ulster

Urban

Rural

3,302

1,608

1,694

1,082

1,230

990

1,333

1,713

256

961

852

891

598

2,023

1,279

100%

100%

100%

100%

100%

100%

100%

100%

100%

100%

100%

100%

100%

100%

100%

3,302

1,608

1,694

1,082

1,230

990

1,333

1,713

256

961

852

891

598

2,023

1,279

UNWTD

967

474

493

265

407

295

459

459

49

296

246

261

164

659

305

Fianna Fail

535

288

247

143

182

210

178

310

47

127

142

178

89

293

243

16%

18%

15%

13%

15%

21%

13%

18%

19%

13%

17%

20%

15%

14%

19%

Fine Gael

Labour

Green Party

Sinn Fein

Independent/Other

Don’t know

Would not vote

Page 15 Table 8

712

333

379

213

289

210

342

282

88

167

199

209

137

358

354

22%

21%

22%

20%

24%

21%

26%

16%

34%

17%

23%

23%

23%

18%

28%

174

92

82

68

46

59

85

78

10

74

42

38

20

150

24

5%

6%

5%

6%

4%

6%

6%

5%

4%

8%

5%

4%

3%

7%

2%

93

45

48

59

23

11

69

20

4

48

11

26

8

73

20

3%

3%

3%

5%

2%

1%

5%

1%

1%

5%

1%

3%

1%

4%

2%

527

278

249

206

202

118

194

285

48

163

138

121

105

339

188

16%

17%

15%

19%

16%

12%

15%

17%

19%

17%

16%

14%

18%

17%

15%

461

256

205

109

149

202

160

278

23

152

89

119

101

302

159

14%

16%

12%

10%

12%

20%

12%

16%

9%

16%

11%

13%

17%

15%

12%

605

240

365

229

222

154

253

323

29

195

156

146

109

399

206

18%

15%

22%

21%

18%

16%

19%

19%

11%

20%

18%

16%

18%

20%

16%

196

77

119

54

116

25

53

137

6

36

74

55

31

110

85

6%

5%

7%

5%

9%

3%

4%

8%

2%

4%

9%

6%

5%

5%

7%


February TeleBar 2014 Sunday Times/Behaviour & Attitudes Opinion Poll Q8 If there was a General Election tomorrow, to which party or independent candidate would you give your first preference vote?

All Irish Voters

Total

Party Support

Fianna Fail

Total

WTD Base:

Fine Gael

Labour

Green Party

J5365

Likelihood

Sinn Fein

Indep/ Others

Would not/DK

Would vote

Would definitely vote

Would probably vote

Constituency

Might/ Would might not not Vote

5 Seats

4 Seats

3 Seats

3,302

535

712

174

93

527

461

801

2,711

2,146

565

228

335

1,085

1,204

1,012

100%

100%

100%

100%

100%

100%

100%

100%

100%

100%

100%

100%

100%

100%

100%

100%

3,302

535

712

174

93

527

461

801

2,711

2,146

565

228

335

1,085

1,204

1,012

UNWTD

967

139

214

55

29

133

145

252

797

654

143

69

97

327

385

255

Fianna Fail

535

535

-

-

-

-

-

-

471

350

121

33

31

158

197

180

16%

100%

-

-

-

-

-

-

17%

16%

21%

14%

9%

15%

16%

18%

Fine Gael

Labour

Green Party

Sinn Fein

Independent/Other

Don’t know

Would not vote

Page 16 Table 8

712

-

712

-

-

-

-

-

653

560

93

38

11

253

260

198

22%

-

100%

-

-

-

-

-

24%

26%

17%

17%

3%

23%

22%

20%

174

-

-

174

-

-

-

-

158

138

20

7

9

55

84

35

5%

-

-

100%

-

-

-

-

6%

6%

3%

3%

3%

5%

7%

3%

93

-

-

-

93

-

-

-

72

48

24

12

8

21

55

16

3%

-

-

-

100%

-

-

-

3%

2%

4%

5%

2%

2%

5%

2%

527

-

-

-

-

527

-

-

443

368

75

44

39

161

162

203

16%

-

-

-

-

100%

-

-

16%

17%

13%

19%

12%

15%

13%

20%

461

-

-

-

-

-

461

-

437

351

86

12

12

115

181

166

14%

-

-

-

-

-

100%

-

16%

16%

15%

5%

4%

11%

15%

16%

605

-

-

-

-

-

-

605

456

328

128

51

92

257

185

163

18%

-

-

-

-

-

-

76%

17%

15%

23%

22%

27%

24%

15%

16%

196

-

-

-

-

-

-

196

20

3

17

32

133

66

80

50

6%

-

-

-

-

-

-

24%

1%

0%

3%

14%

40%

6%

7%

5%


February TeleBar 2014 Sunday Times/Behaviour & Attitudes Opinion Poll Q8 If there was a General Election tomorrow, to which party or independent candidate would you give your first preference vote?

All Irish VotersAll voters excluding undecided

Total

Gender

Male

Total

WTD Base:

Age

Female

18-34

Class

35-54

55+

ABC1

J5365

Region

C2DE

F

Dublin

Leinster

Area

Munster

Conn/ Ulster

Urban

Rural

2,501

1,292

1,209

798

891

811

1,027

1,253

220

731

622

690

459

1,514

988

100%

100%

100%

100%

100%

100%

100%

100%

100%

100%

100%

100%

100%

100%

100%

2,501

1,292

1,209

798

891

811

1,027

1,253

220

731

622

690

459

1,514

988

UNWTD

715

372

343

190

289

236

350

327

38

219

180

194

122

488

225

Fianna Fail

535

288

247

143

182

210

178

310

47

127

142

178

89

293

243

21%

22%

20%

18%

20%

26%

17%

25%

22%

17%

23%

26%

19%

19%

25%

Fine Gael

Labour

Green Party

Sinn Fein

Independent/Other

Page 17 Table 9

712

333

379

213

289

210

342

282

88

167

199

209

137

358

354

28%

26%

31%

27%

32%

26%

33%

23%

40%

23%

32%

30%

30%

24%

36%

174

92

82

68

46

59

85

78

10

74

42

38

20

150

24

7%

7%

7%

9%

5%

7%

8%

6%

5%

10%

7%

6%

4%

10%

2%

93

45

48

59

23

11

69

20

4

48

11

26

8

73

20

4%

3%

4%

7%

3%

1%

7%

2%

2%

7%

2%

4%

2%

5%

2%

527

278

249

206

202

118

194

285

48

163

138

121

105

339

188

21%

22%

21%

26%

23%

15%

19%

23%

22%

22%

22%

17%

23%

22%

19%

461

256

205

109

149

202

160

278

23

152

89

119

101

302

159

18%

20%

17%

14%

17%

25%

16%

22%

11%

21%

14%

17%

22%

20%

16%


February TeleBar 2014 Sunday Times/Behaviour & Attitudes Opinion Poll Q8 If there was a General Election tomorrow, to which party or independent candidate would you give your first preference vote?

All Irish VotersAll voters excluding undecided

Total

Party Support

Fianna Fail

Total

WTD Base:

Fine Gael

Labour

J5365

Likelihood

Green Party

Sinn Fein

Indep/ Others

Would vote

Would definitely vote

Would probably vote

Constituency

Might/ Would might not not Vote

5 Seats

4 Seats

3 Seats

2,501

535

712

174

93

527

461

2,235

1,816

420

145

111

763

939

799

100%

100%

100%

100%

100%

100%

100%

100%

100%

100%

100%

100%

100%

100%

100%

2,501

535

712

174

93

527

461

2,235

1,816

420

145

111

763

939

799

UNWTD

715

139

214

55

29

133

145

640

542

98

41

33

232

294

189

Fianna Fail

535

535

-

-

-

-

-

471

350

121

33

31

158

197

180

21%

100%

-

-

-

-

-

21%

19%

29%

22%

28%

21%

21%

23%

Fine Gael

Labour

Green Party

Sinn Fein

Independent/Other

Page 18 Table 9

712

-

712

-

-

-

-

653

560

93

38

11

253

260

198

28%

-

100%

-

-

-

-

29%

31%

22%

26%

10%

33%

28%

25%

174

-

-

174

-

-

-

158

138

20

7

9

55

84

35

7%

-

-

100%

-

-

-

7%

8%

5%

5%

8%

7%

9%

4%

93

-

-

-

93

-

-

72

48

24

12

8

21

55

16

4%

-

-

-

100%

-

-

3%

3%

6%

8%

8%

3%

6%

2%

527

-

-

-

-

527

-

443

368

75

44

39

161

162

203

21%

-

-

-

-

100%

-

20%

20%

18%

30%

36%

21%

17%

25%

461

-

-

-

-

-

461

437

351

86

12

12

115

181

166

18%

-

-

-

-

-

100%

20%

19%

21%

8%

11%

15%

19%

21%


February TeleBar 2014 Sunday Times/Behaviour & Attitudes Opinion Poll Adjusted Party Support : Q8 If there was a General Election tomorrow, to which party or independent candidate would you give your first preference vote?

All voters excluding undecidedWill definitely vote

Total

Gender

Male

Total

WTD Base:

Age

Female

18-34

Class

35-54

55+

ABC1

J5365

Region

C2DE

F

Dublin

Leinster

Area

Munster

Conn/ Ulster

Urban

Rural

1,749

975

774

466

636

647

758

805

187

489

463

482

316

1,048

702

100%

100%

100%

100%

100%

100%

100%

100%

100%

100%

100%

100%

100%

100%

100%

1,749

975

774

466

636

647

758

805

187

489

463

482

316

1,048

702

UNWTD

542

290

252

113

227

202

278

233

31

163

134

145

100

365

176

Fianna Fail

324

202

122

66

118

140

95

187

43

48

91

111

74

154

170

19%

21%

16%

14%

19%

22%

12%

23%

23%

10%

20%

23%

24%

15%

24%

Fine Gael

Labour

Green Party

Sinn Fein

Independent/Other

Page 19 Table 10

523

264

259

123

219

181

274

180

69

126

161

145

91

263

260

30%

27%

33%

26%

34%

28%

36%

22%

37%

26%

35%

30%

29%

25%

37%

161

87

74

52

45

65

82

66

13

64

46

32

19

138

24

9%

9%

10%

11%

7%

10%

11%

8%

7%

13%

10%

7%

6%

13%

3%

56

27

29

35

10

11

44

12

-

39

8

5

5

42

14

3%

3%

4%

8%

2%

2%

6%

2%

-

8%

2%

1%

1%

4%

2%

317

183

134

108

119

89

117

162

38

82

97

68

71

190

127

18%

19%

17%

23%

19%

14%

15%

20%

20%

17%

21%

14%

22%

18%

18%

367

211

156

82

124

161

146

197

24

131

59

121

56

261

106

21%

22%

20%

18%

19%

25%

19%

25%

13%

27%

13%

25%

18%

25%

15%


February TeleBar 2014 Sunday Times/Behaviour & Attitudes Opinion Poll Adjusted Party Support : Q8 If there was a General Election tomorrow, to which party or independent candidate would you give your first preference vote?

All voters excluding undecidedWill definitely vote

Total

Party Support

Fianna Fail

Total

WTD Base:

Fine Gael

Labour

Likelihood

Green Party

Sinn Fein

Indep/ Others

Would vote

Constituency

Would definitely vote

5 Seats

4 Seats

3 Seats

1,749

324

523

161

56

317

367

1,749

1,749

549

642

558

100%

100%

100%

100%

100%

100%

100%

100%

100%

100%

100%

100%

1,749

324

523

161

56

317

367

1,749

1,749

549

642

558

UNWTD

542

93

178

43

15

95

118

542

542

177

220

145

Fianna Fail

324

324

-

-

-

-

-

324

324

103

91

130

19%

100%

-

-

-

-

-

19%

19%

19%

14%

23%

Fine Gael

Labour

Green Party

Sinn Fein

Independent/Other

Page 20 Table 10

523

-

523

-

-

-

-

523

523

193

188

143

30%

-

100%

-

-

-

-

30%

30%

35%

29%

26%

161

-

-

161

-

-

-

161

161

48

83

31

9%

-

-

100%

-

-

-

9%

9%

9%

13%

6%

56

-

-

-

56

-

-

56

56

17

33

6

3%

-

-

-

100%

-

-

3%

3%

3%

5%

1%

317

-

-

-

-

317

-

317

317

108

85

124

18%

-

-

-

-

100%

-

18%

18%

20%

13%

22%

367

-

-

-

-

-

367

367

367

81

162

124

21%

-

-

-

-

-

100%

21%

21%

15%

25%

22%

J5365


February TeleBar 2014 Sunday Times/Behaviour & Attitudes Opinion Poll Q.9 Do you agree or disagree that....Confectionery and crisps should be available for sale in secondary school shops and vending machines

All Irish Voters

Total

Gender

Male

Total

WTD Base:

Age

Female

18-34

Class

35-54

55+

ABC1

J5365

Region

C2DE

F

Dublin

Leinster

Area

Munster

Conn/ Ulster

Urban

Rural

3,306

1,613

1,694

1,082

1,234

990

1,333

1,718

256

961

852

896

598

2,023

1,284

100%

100%

100%

100%

100%

100%

100%

100%

100%

100%

100%

100%

100%

100%

100%

3,306

1,613

1,694

1,082

1,234

990

1,333

1,718

256

961

852

896

598

2,023

1,284

UNWTD

968

475

493

265

408

295

459

460

49

296

246

262

164

659

306

Agree

953

529

424

472

294

188

356

497

101

315

223

279

137

650

303

29%

33%

25%

44%

24%

19%

27%

29%

39%

33%

26%

31%

23%

32%

24%

2,318

1,053

1,266

610

922

786

966

1,204

148

636

621

612

450

1,352

966

70%

65%

75%

56%

75%

79%

72%

70%

58%

66%

73%

68%

75%

67%

75%

Disagree

Don't know (DO NOT READ OUT)

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35

31

4

-

18

16

12

16

7

11

8

5

11

20

14

1%

2%

0%

-

1%

2%

1%

1%

3%

1%

1%

1%

2%

1%

1%


February TeleBar 2014 Sunday Times/Behaviour & Attitudes Opinion Poll Q.9 Do you agree or disagree that....Confectionery and crisps should be available for sale in secondary school shops and vending machines

All Irish Voters

Total

Party Support

Fianna Fail

Total

WTD Base:

Fine Gael

Labour

Green Party

J5365

Likelihood

Sinn Fein

Indep/ Others

Would not/DK

Would vote

Would definitely vote

Would probably vote

Constituency

Might/ Would might not not Vote

5 Seats

4 Seats

3 Seats

3,306

535

712

174

93

527

461

801

2,716

2,151

565

228

335

1,085

1,209

1,012

100%

100%

100%

100%

100%

100%

100%

100%

100%

100%

100%

100%

100%

100%

100%

100%

3,306

535

712

174

93

527

461

801

2,716

2,151

565

228

335

1,085

1,209

1,012

UNWTD

968

139

214

55

29

133

145

252

798

655

143

69

97

327

386

255

Agree

953

126

152

46

29

191

149

259

734

565

169

99

120

300

368

285

29%

23%

21%

27%

31%

36%

32%

32%

27%

26%

30%

44%

36%

28%

30%

28%

Disagree

Don't know (DO NOT READ OUT)

Page 22 Table 11

2,318

398

557

124

64

333

301

535

1,953

1,562

391

129

209

776

830

713

70%

74%

78%

72%

69%

63%

65%

67%

72%

73%

69%

56%

62%

71%

69%

70%

35

11

2

3

-

2

10

6

29

24

4

-

6

9

11

15

1%

2%

0%

2%

-

0%

2%

1%

1%

1%

1%

-

2%

1%

1%

1%


February TeleBar 2014 Sunday Times/Behaviour & Attitudes Opinion Poll Q.9 Do you agree or disagree that....Soft drinks should be available for sale in secondary school shops and vending machines

All Irish Voters

Total

Gender

Male

Total

WTD Base:

Age

Female

18-34

Class

35-54

55+

ABC1

J5365

Region

C2DE

F

Dublin

Leinster

Area

Munster

Conn/ Ulster

Urban

Rural

3,306

1,613

1,694

1,082

1,234

990

1,333

1,718

256

961

852

896

598

2,023

1,284

100%

100%

100%

100%

100%

100%

100%

100%

100%

100%

100%

100%

100%

100%

100%

3,306

1,613

1,694

1,082

1,234

990

1,333

1,718

256

961

852

896

598

2,023

1,284

UNWTD

968

475

493

265

408

295

459

460

49

296

246

262

164

659

306

Agree

950

565

385

444

268

237

331

535

84

313

213

269

155

646

304

29%

35%

23%

41%

22%

24%

25%

31%

33%

33%

25%

30%

26%

32%

24%

2,297

1,023

1,274

611

951

734

993

1,139

166

630

612

622

433

1,353

944

69%

63%

75%

57%

77%

74%

74%

66%

65%

66%

72%

69%

72%

67%

74%

Disagree

Don't know (DO NOT READ OUT)

Page 23 Table 12

60

25

34

26

15

19

10

44

6

18

26

5

10

25

35

2%

2%

2%

2%

1%

2%

1%

3%

2%

2%

3%

1%

2%

1%

3%


February TeleBar 2014 Sunday Times/Behaviour & Attitudes Opinion Poll Q.9 Do you agree or disagree that....Soft drinks should be available for sale in secondary school shops and vending machines

All Irish Voters

Total

Party Support

Fianna Fail

Total

WTD Base:

Fine Gael

Labour

Green Party

J5365

Likelihood

Sinn Fein

Indep/ Others

Would not/DK

Would vote

Would definitely vote

Would probably vote

Constituency

Might/ Would might not not Vote

5 Seats

4 Seats

3 Seats

3,306

535

712

174

93

527

461

801

2,716

2,151

565

228

335

1,085

1,209

1,012

100%

100%

100%

100%

100%

100%

100%

100%

100%

100%

100%

100%

100%

100%

100%

100%

3,306

535

712

174

93

527

461

801

2,716

2,151

565

228

335

1,085

1,209

1,012

UNWTD

968

139

214

55

29

133

145

252

798

655

143

69

97

327

386

255

Agree

950

123

182

51

35

189

149

220

732

565

166

104

114

313

385

252

29%

23%

26%

30%

37%

36%

32%

27%

27%

26%

29%

46%

34%

29%

32%

25%

Disagree

Don't know (DO NOT READ OUT)

Page 24 Table 12

2,297

404

506

122

58

332

308

562

1,928

1,533

394

124

218

742

819

735

69%

75%

71%

70%

63%

63%

67%

70%

71%

71%

70%

54%

65%

68%

68%

73%

60

8

23

-

-

5

4

19

57

53

4

-

3

30

5

25

2%

2%

3%

-

-

1%

1%

2%

2%

2%

1%

-

1%

3%

0%

2%


February TeleBar 2014 Sunday Times/Behaviour & Attitudes Opinion Poll Q.9 Do you agree or disagree that....Breakfast bars/cereal bars should be available for sale in secondary school shops and vending machines

All Irish Voters

Total

Gender

Male

Total

WTD Base: UNWTD Agree

Disagree

Don't know (DO NOT READ OUT)

Page 25 Table 13

Age

Female

18-34

Class

35-54

55+

ABC1

J5365

Region

C2DE

F

Dublin

Leinster

Area

Munster

Conn/ Ulster

Urban

Rural

3,306

1,613

1,694

1,082

1,234

990

1,333

1,718

256

961

852

896

598

2,023

1,284

100%

100%

100%

100%

100%

100%

100%

100%

100%

100%

100%

100%

100%

100%

100%

3,306

1,613

1,694

1,082

1,234

990

1,333

1,718

256

961

852

896

598

2,023

1,284

968

475

493

265

408

295

459

460

49

296

246

262

164

659

306

2,071

1,075

996

833

700

538

799

1,108

164

645

507

585

334

1,315

756

63%

67%

59%

77%

57%

54%

60%

64%

64%

67%

60%

65%

56%

65%

59%

1,211

525

686

248

532

431

524

601

86

312

340

301

258

691

520

37%

33%

40%

23%

43%

44%

39%

35%

33%

32%

40%

34%

43%

34%

41%

25

12

12

-

3

22

10

9

6

4

4

11

6

17

8

1%

1%

1%

-

0%

2%

1%

1%

2%

0%

0%

1%

1%

1%

1%


February TeleBar 2014 Sunday Times/Behaviour & Attitudes Opinion Poll Q.9 Do you agree or disagree that....Breakfast bars/cereal bars should be available for sale in secondary school shops and vending machines

All Irish Voters

Total

Party Support

Fianna Fail

Total

WTD Base: UNWTD Agree

Disagree

Don't know (DO NOT READ OUT)

Page 26 Table 13

Fine Gael

Labour

Green Party

J5365

Likelihood

Sinn Fein

Indep/ Others

Would not/DK

Would vote

Would definitely vote

Would probably vote

Constituency

Might/ Would might not not Vote

5 Seats

4 Seats

3 Seats

3,306

535

712

174

93

527

461

801

2,716

2,151

565

228

335

1,085

1,209

1,012

100%

100%

100%

100%

100%

100%

100%

100%

100%

100%

100%

100%

100%

100%

100%

100%

3,306

535

712

174

93

527

461

801

2,716

2,151

565

228

335

1,085

1,209

1,012

968

139

214

55

29

133

145

252

798

655

143

69

97

327

386

255

2,071

374

430

98

70

356

278

464

1,632

1,275

357

166

253

655

783

632

63%

70%

60%

56%

76%

68%

60%

58%

60%

59%

63%

73%

75%

60%

65%

62%

1,211

161

274

76

23

171

182

320

1,059

852

207

63

83

421

417

373

37%

30%

39%

44%

24%

32%

39%

40%

39%

40%

37%

27%

25%

39%

34%

37%

25

-

8

-

-

-

1

16

25

25

-

-

-

9

9

7

1%

-

1%

-

-

-

0%

2%

1%

1%

-

-

-

1%

1%

1%


February TeleBar 2014 Sunday Times/Behaviour & Attitudes Opinion Poll Q.9 Do you agree or disagree that....Flavoured bottled water should be available for sale in secondary school shops and vending machines

All Irish Voters

Total

Gender

Male

Total

WTD Base: UNWTD Agree

Disagree

Don't know (DO NOT READ OUT)

Page 27 Table 14

Age

Female

18-34

Class

35-54

55+

ABC1

J5365

Region

C2DE

F

Dublin

Leinster

Area

Munster

Conn/ Ulster

Urban

Rural

3,306

1,613

1,694

1,082

1,234

990

1,333

1,718

256

961

852

896

598

2,023

1,284

100%

100%

100%

100%

100%

100%

100%

100%

100%

100%

100%

100%

100%

100%

100%

3,306

1,613

1,694

1,082

1,234

990

1,333

1,718

256

961

852

896

598

2,023

1,284

968

475

493

265

408

295

459

460

49

296

246

262

164

659

306

2,265

1,172

1,093

884

796

584

895

1,191

179

667

569

645

384

1,433

832

69%

73%

65%

82%

65%

59%

67%

69%

70%

69%

67%

72%

64%

71%

65%

977

416

561

197

421

359

430

474

73

262

275

248

193

539

438

30%

26%

33%

18%

34%

36%

32%

28%

29%

27%

32%

28%

32%

27%

34%

64

24

39

-

17

47

8

52

4

33

8

3

21

51

13

2%

2%

2%

-

1%

5%

1%

3%

1%

3%

1%

0%

3%

3%

1%


February TeleBar 2014 Sunday Times/Behaviour & Attitudes Opinion Poll Q.9 Do you agree or disagree that....Flavoured bottled water should be available for sale in secondary school shops and vending machines

All Irish Voters

Total

Party Support

Fianna Fail

Total

WTD Base: UNWTD Agree

Disagree

Don't know (DO NOT READ OUT)

Page 28 Table 14

Fine Gael

Labour

Green Party

J5365

Likelihood

Sinn Fein

Indep/ Others

Would not/DK

Would vote

Would definitely vote

Would probably vote

Constituency

Might/ Would might not not Vote

5 Seats

4 Seats

3 Seats

3,306

535

712

174

93

527

461

801

2,716

2,151

565

228

335

1,085

1,209

1,012

100%

100%

100%

100%

100%

100%

100%

100%

100%

100%

100%

100%

100%

100%

100%

100%

3,306

535

712

174

93

527

461

801

2,716

2,151

565

228

335

1,085

1,209

1,012

968

139

214

55

29

133

145

252

798

655

143

69

97

327

386

255

2,265

369

463

108

72

421

319

514

1,834

1,409

425

175

253

729

832

705

69%

69%

65%

62%

77%

80%

69%

64%

68%

66%

75%

77%

75%

67%

69%

70%

977

162

244

66

21

94

136

250

831

692

140

50

82

334

361

282

30%

30%

34%

38%

23%

18%

29%

31%

31%

32%

25%

22%

25%

31%

30%

28%

64

4

5

-

-

12

7

37

50

50

-

3

-

23

16

25

2%

1%

1%

-

-

2%

1%

5%

2%

2%

-

1%

-

2%

1%

2%


February TeleBar 2014 Sunday Times/Behaviour & Attitudes Opinion Poll Q.10 And would you agree or disagree that....Confectionery and crisps should be available for sale in secondary school shops and vending machines if the profits generated were used to fund necessary school services

All Irish Voters

Total

Gender

Male

Total

WTD Base: UNWTD Agree

Disagree

Don't know (DO NOT READ OUT)

Page 29 Table 15

Age

Female

18-34

Class

35-54

55+

ABC1

Region

C2DE

F

Dublin

Leinster

Area

Munster

Conn/ Ulster

Urban

Rural

3,306

1,613

1,694

1,082

1,234

990

1,333

1,718

256

961

852

896

598

2,023

1,284

100%

100%

100%

100%

100%

100%

100%

100%

100%

100%

100%

100%

100%

100%

100%

3,306

1,613

1,694

1,082

1,234

990

1,333

1,718

256

961

852

896

598

2,023

1,284

968

475

493

265

408

295

459

460

49

296

246

262

164

659

306

1,366

760

606

589

467

310

474

784

109

423

310

367

265

869

497

41%

47%

36%

54%

38%

31%

36%

46%

42%

44%

36%

41%

44%

43%

39%

1,923

846

1,077

487

766

670

855

921

147

529

541

522

330

1,138

785

58%

52%

64%

45%

62%

68%

64%

54%

58%

55%

64%

58%

55%

56%

61%

17

6

11

5

2

11

5

12

-

9

-

6

2

15

2

1%

0%

1%

0%

0%

1%

0%

1%

-

1%

-

1%

0%

1%

0%

J5365


February TeleBar 2014 Sunday Times/Behaviour & Attitudes Opinion Poll Q.10 And would you agree or disagree that....Confectionery and crisps should be available for sale in secondary school shops and vending machines if the profits generated were used to fund necessary school services

All Irish Voters

Total

Party Support

Fianna Fail

Total

WTD Base: UNWTD Agree

Disagree

Don't know (DO NOT READ OUT)

Page 30 Table 15

Fine Gael

Labour

Green Party

Likelihood

Sinn Fein

Indep/ Others

Would not/DK

Would vote

Would definitely vote

Would probably vote

Constituency

Might/ Would might not not Vote

5 Seats

4 Seats

3 Seats

3,306

535

712

174

93

527

461

801

2,716

2,151

565

228

335

1,085

1,209

1,012

100%

100%

100%

100%

100%

100%

100%

100%

100%

100%

100%

100%

100%

100%

100%

100%

3,306

535

712

174

93

527

461

801

2,716

2,151

565

228

335

1,085

1,209

1,012

968

139

214

55

29

133

145

252

798

655

143

69

97

327

386

255

1,366

223

253

66

37

229

216

342

1,045

777

268

138

183

394

511

461

41%

42%

36%

38%

40%

44%

47%

43%

38%

36%

47%

61%

55%

36%

42%

46%

1,923

305

452

108

56

298

245

455

1,658

1,361

297

90

148

683

693

547

58%

57%

63%

62%

60%

56%

53%

57%

61%

63%

53%

39%

44%

63%

57%

54%

17

7

7

-

-

-

-

4

13

13

-

-

4

8

4

5

1%

1%

1%

-

-

-

-

1%

0%

1%

-

-

1%

1%

0%

0%

J5365


February TeleBar 2014 Sunday Times/Behaviour & Attitudes Opinion Poll Q.10 And would you agree or disagree that....Soft drinks should be available for sale in secondary school shops and vending machines if the profits generated were used to fund necessary school services

All Irish Voters

Total

Gender

Male

Total

WTD Base: UNWTD Agree

Disagree

Don't know (DO NOT READ OUT)

Page 31 Table 16

Age

Female

18-34

Class

35-54

55+

ABC1

Region

C2DE

F

Dublin

Leinster

Area

Munster

Conn/ Ulster

Urban

Rural

3,306

1,613

1,694

1,082

1,234

990

1,333

1,718

256

961

852

896

598

2,023

1,284

100%

100%

100%

100%

100%

100%

100%

100%

100%

100%

100%

100%

100%

100%

100%

3,306

1,613

1,694

1,082

1,234

990

1,333

1,718

256

961

852

896

598

2,023

1,284

968

475

493

265

408

295

459

460

49

296

246

262

164

659

306

1,243

709

534

532

426

284

415

705

123

408

289

339

208

803

440

38%

44%

32%

49%

35%

29%

31%

41%

48%

42%

34%

38%

35%

40%

34%

2,030

878

1,152

541

808

681

916

982

132

524

560

555

390

1,188

842

61%

54%

68%

50%

65%

69%

69%

57%

52%

55%

66%

62%

65%

59%

66%

33

26

7

8

-

25

2

31

-

29

2

2

-

31

2

1%

2%

0%

1%

-

3%

0%

2%

-

3%

0%

0%

-

2%

0%

J5365


February TeleBar 2014 Sunday Times/Behaviour & Attitudes Opinion Poll Q.10 And would you agree or disagree that....Soft drinks should be available for sale in secondary school shops and vending machines if the profits generated were used to fund necessary school services

All Irish Voters

Total

Party Support

Fianna Fail

Total

WTD Base: UNWTD Agree

Disagree

Don't know (DO NOT READ OUT)

Page 32 Table 16

Fine Gael

Labour

Green Party

Likelihood

Sinn Fein

Indep/ Others

Would not/DK

Would vote

Would definitely vote

Would probably vote

Constituency

Might/ Would might not not Vote

5 Seats

4 Seats

3 Seats

3,306

535

712

174

93

527

461

801

2,716

2,151

565

228

335

1,085

1,209

1,012

100%

100%

100%

100%

100%

100%

100%

100%

100%

100%

100%

100%

100%

100%

100%

100%

3,306

535

712

174

93

527

461

801

2,716

2,151

565

228

335

1,085

1,209

1,012

968

139

214

55

29

133

145

252

798

655

143

69

97

327

386

255

1,243

202

250

63

44

230

163

291

952

747

205

133

158

359

475

409

38%

38%

35%

36%

47%

44%

35%

36%

35%

35%

36%

58%

47%

33%

39%

40%

2,030

331

460

111

49

296

289

489

1,733

1,379

354

95

175

724

724

583

61%

62%

65%

64%

53%

56%

63%

61%

64%

64%

63%

42%

52%

67%

60%

58%

33

2

2

-

-

-

9

20

31

25

6

-

2

2

11

20

1%

0%

0%

-

-

-

2%

3%

1%

1%

1%

-

1%

0%

1%

2%

J5365


February TeleBar 2014 Sunday Times/Behaviour & Attitudes Opinion Poll Q.10 And would you agree or disagree that....Breakfast bars/cereal bars should be available for sale in secondary school shops and vending machines if the profits generated were used to fund necessary school services

All Irish Voters

Total

Gender

Male

Total

WTD Base: UNWTD Agree

Disagree

Don't know (DO NOT READ OUT)

Page 33 Table 17

Age

Female

18-34

Class

35-54

55+

ABC1

Region

C2DE

F

Dublin

Leinster

Area

Munster

Conn/ Ulster

Urban

Rural

3,306

1,613

1,694

1,082

1,234

990

1,333

1,718

256

961

852

896

598

2,023

1,284

100%

100%

100%

100%

100%

100%

100%

100%

100%

100%

100%

100%

100%

100%

100%

3,306

1,613

1,694

1,082

1,234

990

1,333

1,718

256

961

852

896

598

2,023

1,284

968

475

493

265

408

295

459

460

49

296

246

262

164

659

306

2,135

1,122

1,012

810

749

576

833

1,118

183

629

533

592

380

1,306

828

65%

70%

60%

75%

61%

58%

63%

65%

72%

65%

63%

66%

64%

65%

65%

1,162

490

671

271

486

405

495

594

72

331

317

296

218

708

453

35%

30%

40%

25%

39%

41%

37%

35%

28%

34%

37%

33%

36%

35%

35%

10

-

10

-

-

10

4

6

-

1

2

7

-

8

2

0%

-

1%

-

-

1%

0%

0%

-

0%

0%

1%

-

0%

0%

J5365


February TeleBar 2014 Sunday Times/Behaviour & Attitudes Opinion Poll Q.10 And would you agree or disagree that....Breakfast bars/cereal bars should be available for sale in secondary school shops and vending machines if the profits generated were used to fund necessary school services

All Irish Voters

Total

Party Support

Fianna Fail

Total

WTD Base: UNWTD Agree

Disagree

Don't know (DO NOT READ OUT)

Page 34 Table 17

Fine Gael

Labour

Green Party

Likelihood

Sinn Fein

Indep/ Others

Would not/DK

Would vote

Would definitely vote

Would probably vote

Constituency

Might/ Would might not not Vote

5 Seats

4 Seats

3 Seats

3,306

535

712

174

93

527

461

801

2,716

2,151

565

228

335

1,085

1,209

1,012

100%

100%

100%

100%

100%

100%

100%

100%

100%

100%

100%

100%

100%

100%

100%

100%

3,306

535

712

174

93

527

461

801

2,716

2,151

565

228

335

1,085

1,209

1,012

968

139

214

55

29

133

145

252

798

655

143

69

97

327

386

255

2,135

391

444

95

79

348

306

472

1,671

1,281

390

176

267

642

811

682

65%

73%

62%

55%

85%

66%

66%

59%

62%

60%

69%

77%

80%

59%

67%

67%

1,162

142

265

79

14

176

155

325

1,037

862

175

52

66

440

391

330

35%

27%

37%

45%

15%

33%

34%

41%

38%

40%

31%

23%

20%

41%

32%

33%

10

2

3

-

-

2

-

3

8

8

-

-

2

3

7

-

0%

0%

0%

-

-

0%

-

0%

0%

0%

-

-

1%

0%

1%

-

J5365


February TeleBar 2014 Sunday Times/Behaviour & Attitudes Opinion Poll Q.10 And would you agree or disagree that....Flavoured bottled water should be available for sale in secondary school shops and vending machines if the profits generated were used to fund necessary school services

All Irish Voters

Total

Gender

Male

Total

WTD Base: UNWTD Agree

Disagree

Don't know (DO NOT READ OUT)

Page 35 Table 18

Age

Female

18-34

Class

35-54

55+

ABC1

Region

C2DE

F

Dublin

Leinster

Area

Munster

Conn/ Ulster

Urban

Rural

3,306

1,613

1,694

1,082

1,234

990

1,333

1,718

256

961

852

896

598

2,023

1,284

100%

100%

100%

100%

100%

100%

100%

100%

100%

100%

100%

100%

100%

100%

100%

3,306

1,613

1,694

1,082

1,234

990

1,333

1,718

256

961

852

896

598

2,023

1,284

968

475

493

265

408

295

459

460

49

296

246

262

164

659

306

2,298

1,174

1,124

868

811

619

915

1,210

173

706

589

615

388

1,432

866

70%

73%

66%

80%

66%

63%

69%

70%

68%

73%

69%

69%

65%

71%

67%

978

428

550

211

409

358

412

484

82

239

255

278

207

568

411

30%

27%

32%

19%

33%

36%

31%

28%

32%

25%

30%

31%

35%

28%

32%

30

10

20

2

14

13

6

24

-

17

7

3

3

23

7

1%

1%

1%

0%

1%

1%

0%

1%

-

2%

1%

0%

0%

1%

1%

J5365


February TeleBar 2014 Sunday Times/Behaviour & Attitudes Opinion Poll Q.10 And would you agree or disagree that....Flavoured bottled water should be available for sale in secondary school shops and vending machines if the profits generated were used to fund necessary school services

All Irish Voters

Total

Party Support

Fianna Fail

Total

WTD Base: UNWTD Agree

Disagree

Don't know (DO NOT READ OUT)

Page 36 Table 18

Fine Gael

Labour

Green Party

Likelihood

Sinn Fein

Indep/ Others

Would not/DK

Would vote

Would definitely vote

Would probably vote

Constituency

Might/ Would might not not Vote

5 Seats

4 Seats

3 Seats

3,306

535

712

174

93

527

461

801

2,716

2,151

565

228

335

1,085

1,209

1,012

100%

100%

100%

100%

100%

100%

100%

100%

100%

100%

100%

100%

100%

100%

100%

100%

3,306

535

712

174

93

527

461

801

2,716

2,151

565

228

335

1,085

1,209

1,012

968

139

214

55

29

133

145

252

798

655

143

69

97

327

386

255

2,298

389

477

102

74

405

324

526

1,848

1,435

413

190

250

739

844

715

70%

73%

67%

59%

80%

77%

70%

66%

68%

67%

73%

83%

74%

68%

70%

71%

978

142

230

72

18

107

134

270

840

689

152

39

83

340

351

287

30%

27%

32%

41%

20%

20%

29%

34%

31%

32%

27%

17%

25%

31%

29%

28%

30

4

5

-

-

14

3

4

27

27

-

-

2

6

14

10

1%

1%

1%

-

-

3%

1%

1%

1%

1%

-

-

1%

1%

1%

1%

J5365


February TeleBar 2014 Q11 How likely would you be to vote if there was a General Election tomorrow?

All Irish Voters

Total

Gender

Male

Total

WTD Base: UNWTD Would definitely vote

Would probably vote

Might/might not vote

Sunday Times/Behaviour & Attitudes Opinion Poll

Age

Female

18-34

Class

35-54

55+

ABC1

J5365

Region

C2DE

F

Dublin

Leinster

Area

Munster

Conn/ Ulster

Urban

Rural

3,306

1,613

1,694

1,082

1,234

990

1,333

1,718

256

961

852

896

598

2,023

1,284

100%

100%

100%

100%

100%

100%

100%

100%

100%

100%

100%

100%

100%

100%

100%

3,306

1,613

1,694

1,082

1,234

990

1,333

1,718

256

961

852

896

598

2,023

1,284

968

475

493

265

408

295

459

460

49

296

246

262

164

659

306

2,151

1,156

995

561

801

789

935

1,003

214

612

552

585

402

1,290

861

65%

72%

59%

52%

65%

80%

70%

58%

84%

64%

65%

65%

67%

64%

67%

565

218

347

247

186

131

211

343

11

195

127

138

106

372

192

17%

14%

20%

23%

15%

13%

16%

20%

4%

20%

15%

15%

18%

18%

15%

228

106

122

111

99

17

82

130

16

59

55

68

46

140

89

7%

7%

7%

10%

8%

2%

6%

8%

6%

6%

6%

8%

8%

7%

7%

Would probably not vote

195

74

121

87

82

26

62

124

9

60

81

39

14

125

69

6%

5%

7%

8%

7%

3%

5%

7%

3%

6%

10%

4%

2%

6%

5%

Would definitely not vote

140

56

84

75

56

9

43

98

-

36

36

63

6

84

56

4%

3%

5%

7%

5%

1%

3%

6%

-

4%

4%

7%

1%

4%

4%

Don’t know

27

3

24

-

9

17

-

20

7

-

-

3

24

11

16

1%

0%

1%

-

1%

2%

-

1%

3%

-

-

0%

4%

1%

1%

Mean

4.34

4.46

4.23

4.05

4.30

4.71

4.45

4.20

4.72

4.34

4.26

4.28

4.54

4.32

4.37

Minimum

1.00

1.00

1.00

1.00

1.00

1.00

1.00

1.00

2.00

1.00

1.00

1.00

1.00

1.00

1.00

Maximum

5.00

5.00

5.00

5.00

5.00

5.00

5.00

5.00

5.00

5.00

5.00

5.00

5.00

5.00

5.00

Standard deviation

1.11

1.04

1.17

1.25

1.15

0.72

1.02

1.20

0.74

1.08

1.19

1.21

0.82

1.11

1.11

14,229 .89

7,172.64

7,057. 26

4,377.00

5,270.20

4,582.69

5,931.25

7,122.41

1,176.24

4,171.31

3,631.45

3,822.90

2,604.24

8,695.08

5,534.82

Sum

Page 37 Table 19


February TeleBar 2014 Q11 How likely would you be to vote if there was a General Election tomorrow?

All Irish Voters

Total

Party Support

Fianna Fail

Total

WTD Base: UNWTD Would definitely vote

Would probably vote

Might/might not vote

Sunday Times/Behaviour & Attitudes Opinion Poll

Fine Gael

Labour

Green Party

J5365

Likelihood

Sinn Fein

Indep/ Others

Would not/DK

Would vote

Would definitely vote

Would probably vote

Constituency

Might/ Would might not not Vote

5 Seats

4 Seats

3 Seats

3,306

535

712

174

93

527

461

801

2,716

2,151

565

228

335

1,085

1,209

1,012

100%

100%

100%

100%

100%

100%

100%

100%

100%

100%

100%

100%

100%

100%

100%

100%

3,306

535

712

174

93

527

461

801

2,716

2,151

565

228

335

1,085

1,209

1,012

968

139

214

55

29

133

145

252

798

655

143

69

97

327

386

255

2,151

350

560

138

48

368

351

331

2,151

2,151

-

-

-

688

771

692

65%

65%

79%

79%

52%

70%

76%

41%

79%

100%

-

-

-

63%

64%

68%

565

121

93

20

24

75

86

145

565

-

565

-

-

182

220

163

17%

23%

13%

11%

26%

14%

19%

18%

21%

-

100%

-

-

17%

18%

16%

228

33

38

7

12

44

12

83

-

-

-

228

-

61

68

99

7%

6%

5%

4%

13%

8%

3%

10%

-

-

-

100%

-

6%

6%

10%

Would probably not vote

195

15

11

5

3

22

12

127

-

-

-

-

195

102

55

37

6%

3%

2%

3%

4%

4%

3%

16%

-

-

-

-

58%

9%

5%

4%

Would definitely not vote

140

17

-

4

5

18

-

97

-

-

-

-

140

28

91

21

4%

3%

-

2%

5%

3%

-

12%

-

-

-

-

42%

3%

8%

2%

Don’t know

27

-

9

-

-

-

-

17

-

-

-

-

-

24

3

-

1%

-

1%

-

-

-

-

2%

-

-

-

-

-

2%

0%

-

Mean

4.34

4.44

4.71

4.63

4.16

4.43

4.68

3.62

4.79

5.00

4.00

3.00

1.58

4.32

4.26

4.45

Minimum

1.00

1.00

2.00

1.00

1.00

1.00

2.00

1.00

4.00

5.00

4.00

3.00

1.00

1.00

1.00

1.00

Maximum

5.00

5.00

5.00

5.00

5.00

5.00

5.00

5.00

5.00

5.00

4.00

3.00

2.00

5.00

5.00

5.00

Standard deviation

1.11

0.95

0.64

0.87

1.12

1.03

0.65

1.47

0.41

-1.#IND

-

-

0.49

1.11

1.22

0.96

14,229 .89

2,378.59

3,308.84

804.61

385.64

2,333.83

2,159.98

2,834.72 13,014.83 10,755.37

2,259.47

684.83

530.23

4,584.00

5,143.43

4,502.47

Sum

Page 38 Table 19


February TeleBar 2014 Sunday Times/Behaviour & Attitudes Opinion Poll Q12 And finally, to which party or independent candidate did you give your first preference vote in last February’s General Election?

All Irish Voters

Total

Gender

Male

Total

WTD Base:

Age

Female

18-34

Class

35-54

55+

ABC1

J5365

Region

C2DE

F

Dublin

Leinster

Area

Munster

Conn/ Ulster

Urban

Rural

3,306

1,613

1,694

1,082

1,234

990

1,333

1,718

256

961

852

896

598

2,023

1,284

100%

100%

100%

100%

100%

100%

100%

100%

100%

100%

100%

100%

100%

100%

100%

3,306

1,613

1,694

1,082

1,234

990

1,333

1,718

256

961

852

896

598

2,023

1,284

UNWTD

968

475

493

265

408

295

459

460

49

296

246

262

164

659

306

Fianna Fail

452

221

230

82

186

184

136

253

62

59

115

160

118

219

233

14%

14%

14%

8%

15%

19%

10%

15%

24%

6%

13%

18%

20%

11%

18%

Fine Gael

Labour

Green Party

Sinn Fein

Independent/Other

Don’t know

Did not vote

Page 39 Table 20

918

434

484

167

391

360

387

424

107

217

239

235

227

458

460

28%

27%

29%

15%

32%

36%

29%

25%

42%

23%

28%

26%

38%

23%

36%

373

193

180

104

132

137

208

160

6

137

134

85

18

287

87

11%

12%

11%

10%

11%

14%

16%

9%

2%

14%

16%

9%

3%

14%

7%

28

16

13

19

6

3

20

8

-

20

4

5

-

27

1

1%

1%

1%

2%

0%

0%

2%

0%

-

2%

0%

1%

-

1%

0%

296

166

130

114

127

54

130

144

22

85

44

73

94

189

107

9%

10%

8%

11%

10%

5%

10%

8%

9%

9%

5%

8%

16%

9%

8%

297

181

116

70

130

97

106

153

38

105

71

89

33

198

99

9%

11%

7%

6%

11%

10%

8%

9%

15%

11%

8%

10%

5%

10%

8%

419

132

286

153

145

121

149

261

8

148

128

84

58

265

154

13%

8%

17%

14%

12%

12%

11%

15%

3%

15%

15%

9%

10%

13%

12%

523

269

254

372

117

35

196

315

12

191

117

165

50

380

143

16%

17%

15%

34%

9%

3%

15%

18%

5%

20%

14%

18%

8%

19%

11%


February TeleBar 2014 Sunday Times/Behaviour & Attitudes Opinion Poll Q12 And finally, to which party or independent candidate did you give your first preference vote in last February’s General Election?

All Irish Voters

Total

Party Support

Fianna Fail

Total

WTD Base:

Fine Gael

Labour

Green Party

J5365

Likelihood

Sinn Fein

Indep/ Others

Would not/DK

Would vote

Would definitely vote

Would probably vote

Constituency

Might/ Would might not not Vote

5 Seats

4 Seats

3 Seats

3,306

535

712

174

93

527

461

801

2,716

2,151

565

228

335

1,085

1,209

1,012

100%

100%

100%

100%

100%

100%

100%

100%

100%

100%

100%

100%

100%

100%

100%

100%

3,306

535

712

174

93

527

461

801

2,716

2,151

565

228

335

1,085

1,209

1,012

UNWTD

968

139

214

55

29

133

145

252

798

655

143

69

97

327

386

255

Fianna Fail

452

266

34

2

4

27

51

68

399

336

63

13

25

157

143

152

14%

50%

5%

1%

4%

5%

11%

8%

15%

16%

11%

6%

7%

14%

12%

15%

Fine Gael

Labour

Green Party

Sinn Fein

Independent/Other

Don’t know

Did not vote

Page 40 Table 20

918

58

476

20

12

77

120

156

847

713

134

27

35

321

335

262

28%

11%

67%

11%

13%

15%

26%

20%

31%

33%

24%

12%

10%

30%

28%

26%

373

36

38

114

9

59

49

68

347

312

36

19

7

110

139

124

11%

7%

5%

66%

10%

11%

11%

8%

13%

14%

6%

8%

2%

10%

12%

12%

28

6

-

3

20

-

-

-

24

16

9

2

2

11

16

2

1%

1%

-

1%

21%

-

-

-

1%

1%

2%

1%

1%

1%

1%

0%

296

9

2

-

-

234

30

17

275

222

54

16

5

88

92

116

9%

2%

0%

-

-

44%

7%

2%

10%

10%

9%

7%

1%

8%

8%

11%

297

23

45

8

3

35

151

32

280

246

35

10

6

86

107

104

9%

4%

6%

5%

4%

7%

33%

4%

10%

11%

6%

5%

2%

8%

9%

10%

419

57

64

5

21

15

34

223

307

225

82

62

47

146

155

117

13%

11%

9%

3%

22%

3%

7%

28%

11%

10%

15%

27%

14%

13%

13%

12%

523

81

53

22

24

81

26

236

236

83

153

80

208

166

222

135

16%

15%

7%

13%

26%

15%

6%

30%

9%

4%

27%

35%

62%

15%

18%

13%


February TeleBar 2014 Sunday Times/Behaviour & Attitudes Opinion Poll Q13 And finally, to which party or independent candidate did you give your first preference vote in last February’s General Election?

All Irish VotersAll Voters Excluding did not vote (Last Gen Election)

Total

Total

2,364

1,211

1,153

556

973

835

987

1,142

235

623

606

646

490

1,378

987

100%

100%

100%

100%

100%

100%

100%

100%

100%

100%

100%

100%

100%

100%

100%

WTD Base:

Gender

Male

Age

Female

18-34

Class

J5365

35-54

55+

ABC1

Region

C2DE

F

Dublin

Leinster

Area

Munster

Conn/ Ulster

Urban

Rural

2,364

1,211

1,153

556

973

835

987

1,142

235

623

606

646

490

1,378

987

UNWTD

691

353

338

130

309

252

345

303

43

198

179

181

133

455

235

Fianna Fail

452

221

230

82

186

184

136

253

62

59

115

160

118

219

233

19%

18%

20%

15%

19%

22%

14%

22%

27%

9%

19%

25%

24%

16%

24%

Fine Gael

Labour

Green Party

Sinn Fein

Independent/Other

Page 41 Table 21

918

434

484

167

391

360

387

424

107

217

239

235

227

458

460

39%

36%

42%

30%

40%

43%

39%

37%

45%

35%

39%

36%

46%

33%

47%

373

193

180

104

132

137

208

160

6

137

134

85

18

287

87

16%

16%

16%

19%

14%

16%

21%

14%

3%

22%

22%

13%

4%

21%

9%

28

16

13

19

6

3

20

8

-

20

4

5

-

27

1

1%

1%

1%

3%

1%

0%

2%

1%

-

3%

1%

1%

-

2%

0%

296

166

130

114

127

54

130

144

22

85

44

73

94

189

107

13%

14%

11%

21%

13%

6%

13%

13%

9%

14%

7%

11%

19%

14%

11%

297

181

116

70

130

97

106

153

38

105

71

89

33

198

99

13%

15%

10%

13%

13%

12%

11%

13%

16%

17%

12%

14%

7%

14%

10%


February TeleBar 2014 Sunday Times/Behaviour & Attitudes Opinion Poll Q13 And finally, to which party or independent candidate did you give your first preference vote in last February’s General Election?

All Irish VotersAll Voters Excluding did not vote (Last Gen Election)

Total

Total

2,364

398

595

147

48

431

401

341

2,173

1,844

330

87

80

773

832

760

100%

100%

100%

100%

100%

100%

100%

100%

100%

100%

100%

100%

100%

100%

100%

100%

WTD Base:

Party Support

J5365

Fianna Fail

Fine Gael

Labour

Green Party

Likelihood

Sinn Fein

Indep/ Others

Would not/DK

Would vote

Would definitely vote

Would probably vote

Constituency

Might/ Would might not not Vote

5 Seats

4 Seats

3 Seats

2,364

398

595

147

48

431

401

341

2,173

1,844

330

87

80

773

832

760

UNWTD

691

110

187

44

15

109

122

103

636

556

80

28

24

235

269

187

Fianna Fail

452

266

34

2

4

27

51

68

399

336

63

13

25

157

143

152

19%

67%

6%

2%

7%

6%

13%

20%

18%

18%

19%

15%

31%

20%

17%

20%

Fine Gael

Labour

Green Party

Sinn Fein

Independent/Other

Page 42 Table 21

918

58

476

20

12

77

120

156

847

713

134

27

35

321

335

262

39%

15%

80%

13%

25%

18%

30%

46%

39%

39%

41%

31%

44%

42%

40%

35%

373

36

38

114

9

59

49

68

347

312

36

19

7

110

139

124

16%

9%

6%

78%

19%

14%

12%

20%

16%

17%

11%

22%

9%

14%

17%

16%

28

6

-

3

20

-

-

-

24

16

9

2

2

11

16

2

1%

2%

-

2%

41%

-

-

-

1%

1%

3%

2%

3%

1%

2%

0%

296

9

2

-

-

234

30

17

275

222

54

16

5

88

92

116

13%

2%

0%

-

-

54%

7%

5%

13%

12%

16%

18%

6%

11%

11%

15%

297

23

45

8

3

35

151

32

280

246

35

10

6

86

107

104

13%

6%

7%

5%

7%

8%

38%

9%

13%

13%

11%

12%

8%

11%

13%

14%


February TeleBar 2014 Analysis of Sample

All Irish Voters

Sunday Times/Behaviour & Attitudes Opinion Poll

Total

Gender

Male

Total

WTD Base: UNWTD Male

Female

Page 43 Table 22

Age

Female

18-34

35-54

Class

55+

ABC1

C2DE

J5365

Region

F

Dublin

Leinster

Area

Munster

Conn/ Ulster

Urban

Rural

3,306

1,613

1,694

1,082

1,234

990

1,333

1,718

256

961

852

896

598

2,023

1,284

100%

100%

100%

100%

100%

100%

100%

100%

100%

100%

100%

100%

100%

100%

100%

3,306

1,613

1,694

1,082

1,234

990

1,333

1,718

256

961

852

896

598

2,023

1,284

968

475

493

265

408

295

459

460

49

296

246

262

164

659

306

1,613

1,613

-

553

600

459

656

782

174

473

415

418

307

989

624

49%

100%

-

51%

49%

46%

49%

46%

68%

49%

49%

47%

51%

49%

49%

1,694

-

1,694

528

634

531

677

935

82

488

437

478

291

1,034

660

51%

-

100%

49%

51%

54%

51%

54%

32%

51%

51%

53%

49%

51%

51%


February TeleBar 2014 Analysis of Sample

All Irish Voters

Sunday Times/Behaviour & Attitudes Opinion Poll

Total

Party Support

Fianna Fail

Total

WTD Base: UNWTD Male

Female

Page 44 Table 22

Fine Gael

Labour

Green Party

J5365

Likelihood

Sinn Fein

Indep/ Others

Would not/DK

Would vote

Would definitely vote

Would probably vote

Constituency

Might/ Would might not not Vote

5 Seats

4 Seats

3 Seats

3,306

535

712

174

93

527

461

801

2,716

2,151

565

228

335

1,085

1,209

1,012

100%

100%

100%

100%

100%

100%

100%

100%

100%

100%

100%

100%

100%

100%

100%

100%

3,306

535

712

174

93

527

461

801

2,716

2,151

565

228

335

1,085

1,209

1,012

968

139

214

55

29

133

145

252

798

655

143

69

97

327

386

255

1,613

288

333

92

45

278

256

316

1,373

1,156

218

106

130

512

573

528

49%

54%

47%

53%

48%

53%

56%

40%

51%

54%

39%

47%

39%

47%

47%

52%

1,694

247

379

82

48

249

205

484

1,343

995

347

122

205

573

636

484

51%

46%

53%

47%

52%

47%

44%

60%

49%

46%

61%

53%

61%

53%

53%

48%


February TeleBar 2014 Analysis of Sample

All Irish Voters

Sunday Times/Behaviour & Attitudes Opinion Poll

Total

Gender

Male

Total

WTD Base: UNWTD 18-34

35-54

55+

Page 45 Table 23

Age

Female

18-34

Class

35-54

55+

ABC1

C2DE

J5365

Region

F

Dublin

Leinster

Area

Munster

Conn/ Ulster

Urban

Rural

3,306

1,613

1,694

1,082

1,234

990

1,333

1,718

256

961

852

896

598

2,023

1,284

100%

100%

100%

100%

100%

100%

100%

100%

100%

100%

100%

100%

100%

100%

100%

3,306

1,613

1,694

1,082

1,234

990

1,333

1,718

256

961

852

896

598

2,023

1,284

968

475

493

265

408

295

459

460

49

296

246

262

164

659

306

1,082

553

528

1,082

-

-

543

516

22

384

271

290

136

754

328

33%

34%

31%

100%

-

-

41%

30%

9%

40%

32%

32%

23%

37%

26%

1,234

600

634

-

1,234

-

534

607

93

346

365

316

208

695

540

37%

37%

37%

-

100%

-

40%

35%

36%

36%

43%

35%

35%

34%

42%

990

459

531

-

-

990

255

594

140

231

216

290

254

574

416

30%

28%

31%

-

-

100%

19%

35%

55%

24%

25%

32%

42%

28%

32%


February TeleBar 2014 Analysis of Sample

All Irish Voters

Sunday Times/Behaviour & Attitudes Opinion Poll

Total

Party Support

Fianna Fail

Total

WTD Base: UNWTD 18-34

35-54

55+

Page 46 Table 23

Fine Gael

Labour

Green Party

J5365

Likelihood

Sinn Fein

Indep/ Others

Would not/DK

Would vote

Would definitely vote

Would probably vote

Constituency

Might/ Would might not not Vote

5 Seats

4 Seats

3 Seats

3,306

535

712

174

93

527

461

801

2,716

2,151

565

228

335

1,085

1,209

1,012

100%

100%

100%

100%

100%

100%

100%

100%

100%

100%

100%

100%

100%

100%

100%

100%

3,306

535

712

174

93

527

461

801

2,716

2,151

565

228

335

1,085

1,209

1,012

968

139

214

55

29

133

145

252

798

655

143

69

97

327

386

255

1,082

143

213

68

59

206

109

283

808

561

247

111

162

385

385

312

33%

27%

30%

39%

64%

39%

24%

35%

30%

26%

44%

49%

48%

35%

32%

31%

1,234

182

289

46

23

202

149

338

988

801

186

99

138

402

445

387

37%

34%

41%

27%

24%

38%

32%

42%

36%

37%

33%

44%

41%

37%

37%

38%

990

210

210

59

11

118

202

179

920

789

131

17

35

299

379

313

30%

39%

29%

34%

12%

22%

44%

22%

34%

37%

23%

8%

11%

28%

31%

31%


February TeleBar 2014 Analysis of Sample

All Irish Voters

Sunday Times/Behaviour & Attitudes Opinion Poll

Total

Gender

Male

Total

WTD Base: UNWTD ABC1

C2DE

F

Page 47 Table 24

Age

Female

18-34

Class

35-54

55+

ABC1

J5365

Region

C2DE

F

Dublin

Leinster

Area

Munster

Conn/ Ulster

Urban

Rural

3,306

1,613

1,694

1,082

1,234

990

1,333

1,718

256

961

852

896

598

2,023

1,284

100%

100%

100%

100%

100%

100%

100%

100%

100%

100%

100%

100%

100%

100%

100%

3,306

1,613

1,694

1,082

1,234

990

1,333

1,718

256

961

852

896

598

2,023

1,284

968

475

493

265

408

295

459

460

49

296

246

262

164

659

306

1,333

656

677

543

534

255

1,333

-

-

478

315

360

181

918

415

40%

41%

40%

50%

43%

26%

100%

-

-

50%

37%

40%

30%

45%

32%

1,718

782

935

516

607

594

-

1,718

-

484

457

442

335

1,087

631

52%

49%

55%

48%

49%

60%

-

100%

-

50%

54%

49%

56%

54%

49%

256

174

82

22

93

140

-

-

256

-

80

94

82

18

238

8%

11%

5%

2%

8%

14%

-

-

100%

-

9%

11%

14%

1%

19%


February TeleBar 2014 Analysis of Sample

All Irish Voters

Sunday Times/Behaviour & Attitudes Opinion Poll

Total

Party Support

Fianna Fail

Total

WTD Base: UNWTD ABC1

C2DE

F

Page 48 Table 24

Fine Gael

Labour

Green Party

J5365

Likelihood

Sinn Fein

Indep/ Others

Would not/DK

Would vote

Would definitely vote

Would probably vote

Constituency

Might/ Would might not not Vote

5 Seats

4 Seats

3 Seats

3,306

535

712

174

93

527

461

801

2,716

2,151

565

228

335

1,085

1,209

1,012

100%

100%

100%

100%

100%

100%

100%

100%

100%

100%

100%

100%

100%

100%

100%

100%

3,306

535

712

174

93

527

461

801

2,716

2,151

565

228

335

1,085

1,209

1,012

968

139

214

55

29

133

145

252

798

655

143

69

97

327

386

255

1,333

178

342

85

69

194

160

306

1,146

935

211

82

105

384

516

433

40%

33%

48%

49%

74%

37%

35%

38%

42%

43%

37%

36%

31%

35%

43%

43%

1,718

310

282

78

20

285

278

460

1,346

1,003

343

130

221

641

591

486

52%

58%

40%

45%

22%

54%

60%

57%

50%

47%

61%

57%

66%

59%

49%

48%

256

47

88

10

4

48

23

35

224

214

11

16

9

61

102

92

8%

9%

12%

6%

4%

9%

5%

4%

8%

10%

2%

7%

3%

6%

8%

9%


February TeleBar 2014 Analysis of Sample

All Irish Voters

Sunday Times/Behaviour & Attitudes Opinion Poll

Total

Gender

Male

Total

WTD Base:

Age

Female

18-34

35-54

Class

55+

ABC1

C2DE

J5365

Region

F

Dublin

Leinster

Area

Munster

Conn/ Ulster

Urban

Rural

3,306

1,613

1,694

1,082

1,234

990

1,333

1,718

256

961

852

896

598

2,023

1,284

100%

100%

100%

100%

100%

100%

100%

100%

100%

100%

100%

100%

100%

100%

100%

3,306

1,613

1,694

1,082

1,234

990

1,333

1,718

256

961

852

896

598

2,023

1,284

UNWTD

968

475

493

265

408

295

459

460

49

296

246

262

164

659

306

Dublin

961

473

488

384

346

231

478

484

-

961

-

-

-

961

-

29%

29%

29%

36%

28%

23%

36%

28%

-

100%

-

-

-

48%

-

Lein-ster

Mun-ster

Conn/Ulster

Page 49 Table 25

852

415

437

271

365

216

315

457

80

-

852

-

-

402

450

26%

26%

26%

25%

30%

22%

24%

27%

31%

-

100%

-

-

20%

35%

896

418

478

290

316

290

360

442

94

-

-

896

-

424

472

27%

26%

28%

27%

26%

29%

27%

26%

37%

-

-

100%

-

21%

37%

598

307

291

136

208

254

181

335

82

-

-

-

598

236

362

18%

19%

17%

13%

17%

26%

14%

20%

32%

-

-

-

100%

12%

28%


February TeleBar 2014 Analysis of Sample

All Irish Voters

Sunday Times/Behaviour & Attitudes Opinion Poll

Total

Party Support

Fianna Fail

Total

WTD Base:

Fine Gael

Labour

Green Party

J5365

Likelihood

Sinn Fein

Indep/ Others

Would not/DK

Would vote

Would definitely vote

Would probably vote

Constituency

Might/ Would might not not Vote

5 Seats

4 Seats

3 Seats

3,306

535

712

174

93

527

461

801

2,716

2,151

565

228

335

1,085

1,209

1,012

100%

100%

100%

100%

100%

100%

100%

100%

100%

100%

100%

100%

100%

100%

100%

100%

3,306

535

712

174

93

527

461

801

2,716

2,151

565

228

335

1,085

1,209

1,012

UNWTD

968

139

214

55

29

133

145

252

798

655

143

69

97

327

386

255

Dublin

961

127

167

74

48

163

152

230

807

612

195

59

96

191

596

174

29%

24%

23%

42%

52%

31%

33%

29%

30%

28%

34%

26%

29%

18%

49%

17%

Lein-ster

Mun-ster

Conn/Ulster

Page 50 Table 25

852

142

199

42

11

138

89

230

679

552

127

55

118

495

162

195

26%

26%

28%

24%

12%

26%

19%

29%

25%

26%

22%

24%

35%

46%

13%

19%

896

178

209

38

26

121

119

201

723

585

138

68

102

107

371

418

27%

33%

29%

22%

28%

23%

26%

25%

27%

27%

24%

30%

30%

10%

31%

41%

598

89

137

20

8

105

101

139

507

402

106

46

20

293

79

225

18%

17%

19%

11%

8%

20%

22%

17%

19%

19%

19%

20%

6%

27%

7%

22%


February TeleBar 2014 Analysis of Sample

All Irish Voters

Sunday Times/Behaviour & Attitudes Opinion Poll

Total

Gender

Male

Total

WTD Base: UNWTD Urban

Rural

Page 51 Table 26

Age

Female

18-34

35-54

Class

55+

ABC1

C2DE

J5365

Region

F

Dublin

Leinster

Area

Munster

Conn/ Ulster

Urban

Rural

3,306

1,613

1,694

1,082

1,234

990

1,333

1,718

256

961

852

896

598

2,023

1,284

100%

100%

100%

100%

100%

100%

100%

100%

100%

100%

100%

100%

100%

100%

100%

3,306

1,613

1,694

1,082

1,234

990

1,333

1,718

256

961

852

896

598

2,023

1,284

965

475

490

264

406

295

458

458

49

296

245

261

163

659

306

2,023

989

1,034

754

695

574

918

1,087

18

961

402

424

236

2,023

-

61%

61%

61%

70%

56%

58%

69%

63%

7%

100%

47%

47%

39%

100%

-

1,284

624

660

328

540

416

415

631

238

-

450

472

362

-

1,284

39%

39%

39%

30%

44%

42%

31%

37%

93%

-

53%

53%

61%

-

100%


February TeleBar 2014 Analysis of Sample

All Irish Voters

Sunday Times/Behaviour & Attitudes Opinion Poll

Total

Party Support

Fianna Fail

Total

WTD Base: UNWTD Urban

Rural

Page 52 Table 26

Fine Gael

Labour

Green Party

J5365

Likelihood

Sinn Fein

Indep/ Others

Would not/DK

Would vote

Would definitely vote

Would probably vote

Constituency

Might/ Would might not not Vote

5 Seats

4 Seats

3 Seats

3,306

535

712

174

93

527

461

801

2,716

2,151

565

228

335

1,085

1,209

1,012

100%

100%

100%

100%

100%

100%

100%

100%

100%

100%

100%

100%

100%

100%

100%

100%

3,306

535

712

174

93

527

461

801

2,716

2,151

565

228

335

1,085

1,209

1,012

965

139

213

55

29

133

144

251

796

654

142

68

97

325

385

255

2,023

293

358

150

73

339

302

509

1,663

1,290

372

140

209

631

920

471

61%

55%

50%

86%

78%

64%

66%

64%

61%

60%

66%

61%

62%

58%

76%

47%

1,284

243

354

24

20

188

159

291

1,053

861

192

89

126

454

289

541

39%

45%

50%

14%

22%

36%

34%

36%

39%

40%

34%

39%

38%

42%

24%

53%


February TeleBar 2014 Analysis of Sample

All Irish Voters

Sunday Times/Behaviour & Attitudes Opinion Poll

Total

Gender

Male

Total

WTD Base:

Age

Female

18-34

Class

35-54

55+

ABC1

J5365

Region

C2DE

F

Dublin

Leinster

Area

Munster

Conn/ Ulster

Urban

Rural

3,302

1,608

1,694

1,082

1,230

990

1,333

1,713

256

961

852

891

598

2,023

1,279

100%

100%

100%

100%

100%

100%

100%

100%

100%

100%

100%

100%

100%

100%

100%

3,302

1,608

1,694

1,082

1,230

990

1,333

1,713

256

961

852

891

598

2,023

1,279

UNWTD

967

474

493

265

407

295

459

459

49

296

246

261

164

659

305

Fianna Fail

535

288

247

143

182

210

178

310

47

127

142

178

89

293

243

16%

18%

15%

13%

15%

21%

13%

18%

19%

13%

17%

20%

15%

14%

19%

Fine Gael

Labour

Green Party

Sinn Fein

Independent/Others

Would not/Don't Know

Page 53 Table 27

712

333

379

213

289

210

342

282

88

167

199

209

137

358

354

22%

21%

22%

20%

24%

21%

26%

16%

34%

17%

23%

23%

23%

18%

28%

174

92

82

68

46

59

85

78

10

74

42

38

20

150

24

5%

6%

5%

6%

4%

6%

6%

5%

4%

8%

5%

4%

3%

7%

2%

93

45

48

59

23

11

69

20

4

48

11

26

8

73

20

3%

3%

3%

5%

2%

1%

5%

1%

1%

5%

1%

3%

1%

4%

2%

527

278

249

206

202

118

194

285

48

163

138

121

105

339

188

16%

17%

15%

19%

16%

12%

15%

17%

19%

17%

16%

14%

18%

17%

15%

461

256

205

109

149

202

160

278

23

152

89

119

101

302

159

14%

16%

12%

10%

12%

20%

12%

16%

9%

16%

11%

13%

17%

15%

12%

801

316

484

283

338

179

306

460

35

230

230

201

139

509

291

24%

20%

29%

26%

28%

18%

23%

27%

14%

24%

27%

23%

23%

25%

23%


February TeleBar 2014 Analysis of Sample

All Irish Voters

Sunday Times/Behaviour & Attitudes Opinion Poll

Total

Party Support

Fianna Fail

Total

WTD Base:

Fine Gael

Labour

Green Party

J5365

Likelihood

Sinn Fein

Indep/ Others

Would not/DK

Would vote

Would definitely vote

Would probably vote

Constituency

Might/ Would might not not Vote

5 Seats

4 Seats

3 Seats

3,302

535

712

174

93

527

461

801

2,711

2,146

565

228

335

1,085

1,204

1,012

100%

100%

100%

100%

100%

100%

100%

100%

100%

100%

100%

100%

100%

100%

100%

100%

3,302

535

712

174

93

527

461

801

2,711

2,146

565

228

335

1,085

1,204

1,012

UNWTD

967

139

214

55

29

133

145

252

797

654

143

69

97

327

385

255

Fianna Fail

535

535

-

-

-

-

-

-

471

350

121

33

31

158

197

180

16%

100%

-

-

-

-

-

-

17%

16%

21%

14%

9%

15%

16%

18%

Fine Gael

Labour

Green Party

Sinn Fein

Independent/Others

Would not/Don't Know

Page 54 Table 27

712

-

712

-

-

-

-

-

653

560

93

38

11

253

260

198

22%

-

100%

-

-

-

-

-

24%

26%

17%

17%

3%

23%

22%

20%

174

-

-

174

-

-

-

-

158

138

20

7

9

55

84

35

5%

-

-

100%

-

-

-

-

6%

6%

3%

3%

3%

5%

7%

3%

93

-

-

-

93

-

-

-

72

48

24

12

8

21

55

16

3%

-

-

-

100%

-

-

-

3%

2%

4%

5%

2%

2%

5%

2%

527

-

-

-

-

527

-

-

443

368

75

44

39

161

162

203

16%

-

-

-

-

100%

-

-

16%

17%

13%

19%

12%

15%

13%

20%

461

-

-

-

-

-

461

-

437

351

86

12

12

115

181

166

14%

-

-

-

-

-

100%

-

16%

16%

15%

5%

4%

11%

15%

16%

801

-

-

-

-

-

-

801

476

331

145

83

224

323

265

213

24%

-

-

-

-

-

-

100%

18%

15%

26%

36%

67%

30%

22%

21%


February TeleBar 2014 Analysis of Sample

All Irish Voters

Sunday Times/Behaviour & Attitudes Opinion Poll

Total

Gender

Male

Total

WTD Base: UNWTD Would vote

Might/might not

Would not Vote

Age

Female

18-34

Class

35-54

55+

ABC1

C2DE

J5365

Region

F

Dublin

Leinster

Area

Munster

Conn/ Ulster

Urban

Rural

3,306

1,613

1,694

1,082

1,234

990

1,333

1,718

256

961

852

896

598

2,023

1,284

100%

100%

100%

100%

100%

100%

100%

100%

100%

100%

100%

100%

100%

100%

100%

3,306

1,613

1,694

1,082

1,234

990

1,333

1,718

256

961

852

896

598

2,023

1,284

968

475

493

265

408

295

459

460

49

296

246

262

164

659

306

2,716

1,373

1,343

808

988

920

1,146

1,346

224

807

679

723

507

1,663

1,053

83%

85%

80%

75%

81%

95%

86%

79%

90%

84%

80%

81%

88%

83%

83%

228

106

122

111

99

17

82

130

16

59

55

68

46

140

89

7%

7%

7%

10%

8%

2%

6%

8%

6%

6%

6%

8%

8%

7%

7%

335

130

205

162

138

35

105

221

9

96

118

102

20

209

126

10%

8%

12%

15%

11%

4%

8%

13%

4%

10%

14%

11%

3%

10%

10%

Mean

4.34

4.46

4.23

4.05

4.30

4.71

4.45

4.20

4.72

4.34

4.26

4.28

4.54

4.32

4.37

Minimum

1.00

1.00

1.00

1.00

1.00

1.00

1.00

1.00

2.00

1.00

1.00

1.00

1.00

1.00

1.00

Maximum

5.00

5.00

5.00

5.00

5.00

5.00

5.00

5.00

5.00

5.00

5.00

5.00

5.00

5.00

5.00

Standard deviation

1.11

1.04

1.17

1.25

1.15

0.72

1.02

1.20

0.74

1.08

1.19

1.21

0.82

1.11

1.11

14,229 .89

7,172.64

7,057. 26

4,377.00

5,270.20

4,582.69

5,931.25

7,122.41

1,176.24

4,171.31

3,631.45

3,822.90

2,604.24

8,695.08

5,534.82

Sum

Page 55 Table 28


February TeleBar 2014 Analysis of Sample

All Irish Voters

Sunday Times/Behaviour & Attitudes Opinion Poll

Total

Party Support

Fianna Fail

Total

WTD Base: UNWTD Would vote

Might/might not

Would not Vote

Fine Gael

Labour

Green Party

J5365

Likelihood

Sinn Fein

Indep/ Others

Would not/DK

Would vote

Would definitely vote

Would probably vote

Constituency

Might/ Would might not not Vote

5 Seats

4 Seats

3 Seats

3,306

535

712

174

93

527

461

801

2,716

2,151

565

228

335

1,085

1,209

1,012

100%

100%

100%

100%

100%

100%

100%

100%

100%

100%

100%

100%

100%

100%

100%

100%

3,306

535

712

174

93

527

461

801

2,716

2,151

565

228

335

1,085

1,209

1,012

968

139

214

55

29

133

145

252

798

655

143

69

97

327

386

255

2,716

471

653

158

72

443

437

476

2,716

2,151

565

-

-

870

992

854

83%

88%

93%

91%

78%

84%

95%

61%

100%

100%

100%

-

-

82%

82%

84%

228

33

38

7

12

44

12

83

-

-

-

228

-

61

68

99

7%

6%

5%

4%

13%

8%

3%

11%

-

-

-

100%

-

6%

6%

10%

335

31

11

9

8

39

12

224

-

-

-

-

335

130

147

58

10%

6%

2%

5%

9%

7%

3%

29%

-

-

-

-

100%

12%

12%

6%

Mean

4.34

4.44

4.71

4.63

4.16

4.43

4.68

3.62

4.79

5.00

4.00

3.00

1.58

4.32

4.26

4.45

Minimum

1.00

1.00

2.00

1.00

1.00

1.00

2.00

1.00

4.00

5.00

4.00

3.00

1.00

1.00

1.00

1.00

Maximum

5.00

5.00

5.00

5.00

5.00

5.00

5.00

5.00

5.00

5.00

4.00

3.00

2.00

5.00

5.00

5.00

Standard deviation

1.11

0.95

0.64

0.87

1.12

1.03

0.65

1.47

0.41

-1.#IND

-

-

0.49

1.11

1.22

0.96

14,229 .89

2,378.59

3,308.84

804.61

385.64

2,333.83

2,159.98

2,834.72 13,014.83 10,755.37

2,259.47

684.83

530.23

4,584.00

5,143.43

4,502.47

Sum

Page 56 Table 28


February TeleBar 2014 Analysis of Sample

All Irish Voters

Sunday Times/Behaviour & Attitudes Opinion Poll

Total

Gender

Male

Total

WTD Base: UNWTD Single

Married

Co-habiting

Widowed

Divorced/seperated

Refused

Page 57 Table 29

Age

Female

18-34

Class

35-54

55+

ABC1

J5365

Region

C2DE

F

Dublin

Leinster

Area

Munster

Conn/ Ulster

Urban

Rural

3,306

1,613

1,694

1,082

1,234

990

1,333

1,718

256

961

852

896

598

2,023

1,284

100%

100%

100%

100%

100%

100%

100%

100%

100%

100%

100%

100%

100%

100%

100%

3,306

1,613

1,694

1,082

1,234

990

1,333

1,718

256

961

852

896

598

2,023

1,284

968

475

493

265

408

295

459

460

49

296

246

262

164

659

306

1,126

638

488

696

281

149

444

571

112

418

217

333

159

770

356

34%

40%

29%

64%

23%

15%

33%

33%

44%

44%

25%

37%

27%

38%

28%

1,536

736

800

125

799

612

645

751

140

364

450

392

329

808

728

46%

46%

47%

12%

65%

62%

48%

44%

55%

38%

53%

44%

55%

40%

57%

291

152

138

228

54

8

166

125

-

88

73

86

43

207

84

9%

9%

8%

21%

4%

1%

12%

7%

-

9%

9%

10%

7%

10%

7%

188

43

145

22

6

161

27

161

-

31

52

55

51

112

76

6%

3%

9%

2%

0%

16%

2%

9%

-

3%

6%

6%

9%

6%

6%

133

44

89

11

89

33

47

82

4

29

57

30

16

93

40

4%

3%

5%

1%

7%

3%

4%

5%

1%

3%

7%

3%

3%

5%

3%

33

-

33

-

5

27

3

29

-

31

2

-

-

33

-

1%

-

2%

-

0%

3%

0%

2%

-

3%

0%

-

-

2%

-


February TeleBar 2014 Analysis of Sample

All Irish Voters

Sunday Times/Behaviour & Attitudes Opinion Poll

Total

Party Support

Fianna Fail

Total

WTD Base: UNWTD Single

Married

Co-habiting

Widowed

Divorced/seperated

Refused

Page 58 Table 29

Fine Gael

Labour

Green Party

J5365

Likelihood

Sinn Fein

Indep/ Others

Would not/DK

Would vote

Would definitely vote

Would probably vote

Constituency

Might/ Would might not not Vote

5 Seats

4 Seats

3 Seats

3,306

535

712

174

93

527

461

801

2,716

2,151

565

228

335

1,085

1,209

1,012

100%

100%

100%

100%

100%

100%

100%

100%

100%

100%

100%

100%

100%

100%

100%

100%

3,306

535

712

174

93

527

461

801

2,716

2,151

565

228

335

1,085

1,209

1,012

968

139

214

55

29

133

145

252

798

655

143

69

97

327

386

255

1,126

211

164

68

46

191

171

271

877

673

204

104

143

312

481

333

34%

39%

23%

39%

50%

36%

37%

34%

32%

31%

36%

45%

43%

29%

40%

33%

1,536

231

378

81

26

222

248

350

1,334

1,096

237

74

115

510

535

491

46%

43%

53%

47%

28%

42%

54%

44%

49%

51%

42%

33%

34%

47%

44%

48%

291

14

85

24

10

58

26

74

219

162

58

33

39

112

66

112

9%

3%

12%

14%

10%

11%

6%

9%

8%

8%

10%

14%

12%

10%

5%

11%

188

31

71

1

-

23

7

54

154

137

17

-

23

105

50

33

6%

6%

10%

1%

-

4%

2%

7%

6%

6%

3%

-

7%

10%

4%

3%

133

20

13

-

11

34

4

51

99

80

18

18

16

44

49

40

4%

4%

2%

-

12%

6%

1%

6%

4%

4%

3%

8%

5%

4%

4%

4%

33

27

-

-

-

-

5

-

33

2

31

-

-

2

27

3

1%

5%

-

-

-

-

1%

-

1%

0%

5%

-

-

0%

2%

0%


February TeleBar 2014 Analysis of Sample

All Irish Adults 18+

Sunday Times/Behaviour & Attitudes Opinion Poll

Total

Gender

Male

Total

Age

Female

18-34

35-54

Class

55+

ABC1

C2DE

J5365

Region

F

Dublin

Leinster

Area

Munster

Conn/ Ulster

Urban

Rural

3,440

1,685

1,755

1,171

1,269

999

1,380

1,805

256

995

873

952

620

2,104

1,336

100%

100%

100%

100%

100%

100%

100%

100%

100%

100%

100%

100%

100%

100%

100%

WTD Base:

3,440

1,685

1,755

1,171

1,269

999

1,380

1,805

256

995

873

952

620

2,104

1,336

UNWTD

1,001

494

507

285

419

297

470

482

49

305

252

274

170

681

317

Male

1,685

1,685

-

598

628

459

680

831

174

490

424

452

320

1,034

651

49%

100%

-

51%

49%

46%

49%

46%

68%

49%

48%

47%

52%

49%

49%

1,755

-

1,755

573

642

540

700

974

82

505

450

501

299

1,070

685

51%

-

100%

49%

51%

54%

51%

54%

32%

51%

52%

53%

48%

51%

51%

Female

Page 59 Table 30


February TeleBar 2014 Analysis of Sample

All Irish Adults 18+

Sunday Times/Behaviour & Attitudes Opinion Poll

Total

Party Support

Fianna Fail

Total

Fine Gael

Labour

Green Party

J5365

Likelihood

Sinn Fein

Indep/ Others

Would not/DK

Would vote

Would definitely vote

Would probably vote

Constituency

Might/ Would might not not Vote

5 Seats

4 Seats

3 Seats

3,440

547

732

175

101

532

466

882

2,760

2,177

583

244

404

1,129

1,242

1,069

100%

100%

100%

100%

100%

100%

100%

100%

100%

100%

100%

100%

100%

100%

100%

100%

WTD Base:

3,440

547

732

175

101

532

466

882

2,760

2,177

583

244

404

1,129

1,242

1,069

UNWTD

1,001

144

217

56

31

135

146

271

810

662

148

72

114

339

395

267

Male

1,685

294

337

93

49

284

261

362

1,403

1,176

227

120

159

540

588

557

49%

54%

46%

53%

49%

53%

56%

41%

51%

54%

39%

49%

39%

48%

47%

52%

Female

Page 60 Table 30

1,755

253

395

82

51

249

205

520

1,357

1,001

356

124

244

588

654

513

51%

46%

54%

47%

51%

47%

44%

59%

49%

46%

61%

51%

61%

52%

53%

48%


February TeleBar 2014 Analysis of Sample

All Irish Adults 18+

Sunday Times/Behaviour & Attitudes Opinion Poll

Total

Gender

Male

Total

Age

Female

18-34

Class

35-54

55+

ABC1

C2DE

J5365

Region

F

Dublin

Leinster

Area

Munster

Conn/ Ulster

Urban

Rural

3,440

1,685

1,755

1,171

1,269

999

1,380

1,805

256

995

873

952

620

2,104

1,336

100%

100%

100%

100%

100%

100%

100%

100%

100%

100%

100%

100%

100%

100%

100%

WTD Base:

3,440

1,685

1,755

1,171

1,269

999

1,380

1,805

256

995

873

952

620

2,104

1,336

UNWTD

1,001

494

507

285

419

297

470

482

49

305

252

274

170

681

317

18-34

1,171

598

573

1,171

-

-

581

568

22

413

281

325

151

816

356

34%

36%

33%

100%

-

-

42%

31%

9%

42%

32%

34%

24%

39%

27%

35-54

55+

Page 61 Table 31

1,269

628

642

-

1,269

-

543

633

93

349

376

329

215

713

557

37%

37%

37%

-

100%

-

39%

35%

36%

35%

43%

35%

35%

34%

42%

999

459

540

-

-

999

255

604

140

232

216

297

254

575

424

29%

27%

31%

-

-

100%

19%

33%

55%

23%

25%

31%

41%

27%

32%


February TeleBar 2014 Analysis of Sample

All Irish Adults 18+

Sunday Times/Behaviour & Attitudes Opinion Poll

Total

Party Support

Fianna Fail

Total

Fine Gael

Labour

Green Party

J5365

Likelihood

Sinn Fein

Indep/ Others

Would not/DK

Would vote

Would definitely vote

Would probably vote

Constituency

Might/ Would might not not Vote

5 Seats

4 Seats

3 Seats

3,440

547

732

175

101

532

466

882

2,760

2,177

583

244

404

1,129

1,242

1,069

100%

100%

100%

100%

100%

100%

100%

100%

100%

100%

100%

100%

100%

100%

100%

100%

WTD Base:

3,440

547

732

175

101

532

466

882

2,760

2,177

583

244

404

1,129

1,242

1,069

UNWTD

1,001

144

217

56

31

135

146

271

810

662

148

72

114

339

395

267

18-34

1,171

149

221

70

67

212

109

343

826

576

250

127

219

419

402

351

34%

27%

30%

40%

67%

40%

23%

39%

30%

26%

43%

52%

54%

37%

32%

33%

35-54

55+

Page 62 Table 31

1,269

186

294

46

23

202

154

359

1,005

812

193

99

150

412

459

398

37%

34%

40%

26%

22%

38%

33%

41%

36%

37%

33%

41%

37%

36%

37%

37%

999

212

217

59

11

118

202

179

929

789

140

17

35

299

380

321

29%

39%

30%

34%

11%

22%

43%

20%

34%

36%

24%

7%

9%

26%

31%

30%


February TeleBar 2014 Analysis of Sample

All Irish Adults 18+

Sunday Times/Behaviour & Attitudes Opinion Poll

Total

Gender

Male

Total

Age

Female

18-34

Class

35-54

55+

ABC1

J5365

Region

C2DE

F

Dublin

Leinster

Area

Munster

Conn/ Ulster

Urban

Rural

3,440

1,685

1,755

1,171

1,269

999

1,380

1,805

256

995

873

952

620

2,104

1,336

100%

100%

100%

100%

100%

100%

100%

100%

100%

100%

100%

100%

100%

100%

100%

WTD Base:

3,440

1,685

1,755

1,171

1,269

999

1,380

1,805

256

995

873

952

620

2,104

1,336

UNWTD

1,001

494

507

285

419

297

470

482

49

305

252

274

170

681

317

ABC1

1,380

680

700

581

543

255

1,380

-

-

484

320

381

196

947

433

40%

40%

40%

50%

43%

26%

100%

-

-

49%

37%

40%

32%

45%

32%

C2DE

F

Page 63 Table 32

1,805

831

974

568

633

604

-

1,805

-

511

474

477

342

1,140

665

52%

49%

55%

48%

50%

60%

-

100%

-

51%

54%

50%

55%

54%

50%

256

174

82

22

93

140

-

-

256

-

80

94

82

18

238

7%

10%

5%

2%

7%

14%

-

-

100%

-

9%

10%

13%

1%

18%


February TeleBar 2014 Analysis of Sample

All Irish Adults 18+

Sunday Times/Behaviour & Attitudes Opinion Poll

Total

Party Support

Fianna Fail

Total

Fine Gael

Labour

Green Party

J5365

Likelihood

Sinn Fein

Indep/ Others

Would not/DK

Would vote

Would definitely vote

Would probably vote

Constituency

Might/ Would might not not Vote

5 Seats

4 Seats

3 Seats

3,440

547

732

175

101

532

466

882

2,760

2,177

583

244

404

1,129

1,242

1,069

100%

100%

100%

100%

100%

100%

100%

100%

100%

100%

100%

100%

100%

100%

100%

100%

WTD Base:

3,440

547

732

175

101

532

466

882

2,760

2,177

583

244

404

1,129

1,242

1,069

UNWTD

1,001

144

217

56

31

135

146

271

810

662

148

72

114

339

395

267

ABC1

1,380

180

350

87

73

194

160

336

1,157

946

211

96

121

397

524

458

40%

33%

48%

49%

73%

36%

34%

38%

42%

43%

36%

39%

30%

35%

42%

43%

C2DE

F

Page 64 Table 32

1,805

320

294

78

24

291

283

510

1,379

1,017

362

132

274

670

616

519

52%

59%

40%

45%

24%

55%

61%

58%

50%

47%

62%

54%

68%

59%

50%

49%

256

47

88

10

4

48

23

35

224

214

11

16

9

61

102

92

7%

9%

12%

6%

4%

9%

5%

4%

8%

10%

2%

7%

2%

5%

8%

9%


February TeleBar 2014 Analysis of Sample

All Irish Adults 18+

Sunday Times/Behaviour & Attitudes Opinion Poll

Total

Gender

Male

Total

Age

Female

18-34

35-54

Class

55+

ABC1

C2DE

J5365

Region

F

Dublin

Leinster

Area

Munster

Conn/ Ulster

Urban

Rural

3,440

1,685

1,755

1,171

1,269

999

1,380

1,805

256

995

873

952

620

2,104

1,336

100%

100%

100%

100%

100%

100%

100%

100%

100%

100%

100%

100%

100%

100%

100%

WTD Base:

3,440

1,685

1,755

1,171

1,269

999

1,380

1,805

256

995

873

952

620

2,104

1,336

UNWTD

1,001

494

507

285

419

297

470

482

49

305

252

274

170

681

317

995

490

505

413

349

232

484

511

-

995

-

-

-

995

-

29%

29%

29%

35%

28%

23%

35%

28%

-

100%

-

-

-

47%

-

Dublin

Lein-ster

Mun-ster

Conn/Ulster

Page 65 Table 33

873

424

450

281

376

216

320

474

80

-

873

-

-

408

466

25%

25%

26%

24%

30%

22%

23%

26%

31%

-

100%

-

-

19%

35%

952

452

501

325

329

297

381

477

94

-

-

952

-

447

506

28%

27%

29%

28%

26%

30%

28%

26%

37%

-

-

100%

-

21%

38%

620

320

299

151

215

254

196

342

82

-

-

-

620

255

365

18%

19%

17%

13%

17%

25%

14%

19%

32%

-

-

-

100%

12%

27%


February TeleBar 2014 Analysis of Sample

All Irish Adults 18+

Sunday Times/Behaviour & Attitudes Opinion Poll

Total

Party Support

Fianna Fail

Total

Fine Gael

Labour

Green Party

J5365

Likelihood

Sinn Fein

Indep/ Others

Would not/DK

Would vote

Would definitely vote

Would probably vote

Constituency

Might/ Would might not not Vote

5 Seats

4 Seats

3 Seats

3,440

547

732

175

101

532

466

882

2,760

2,177

583

244

404

1,129

1,242

1,069

100%

100%

100%

100%

100%

100%

100%

100%

100%

100%

100%

100%

100%

100%

100%

100%

WTD Base:

3,440

547

732

175

101

532

466

882

2,760

2,177

583

244

404

1,129

1,242

1,069

UNWTD

1,001

144

217

56

31

135

146

271

810

662

148

72

114

339

395

267

995

133

167

74

56

163

152

250

816

619

196

59

120

204

610

180

29%

24%

23%

42%

55%

31%

33%

28%

30%

28%

34%

24%

30%

18%

49%

17%

Dublin

Lein-ster

Mun-ster

Conn/Ulster

Page 66 Table 33

873

143

199

42

11

141

94

243

683

552

131

57

128

510

167

196

25%

26%

27%

24%

11%

26%

20%

28%

25%

25%

22%

24%

32%

45%

13%

18%

952

183

225

40

26

124

119

232

745

594

151

78

127

109

385

458

28%

33%

31%

23%

26%

23%

25%

26%

27%

27%

26%

32%

31%

10%

31%

43%

620

89

142

20

8

105

101

157

518

412

106

50

28

305

79

236

18%

16%

19%

11%

8%

20%

22%

18%

19%

19%

18%

21%

7%

27%

6%

22%


February TeleBar 2014 Analysis of Sample

All Irish Adults 18+

Sunday Times/Behaviour & Attitudes Opinion Poll

Total

Gender

Male

Total

WTD Base: UNWTD Urban

Rural

Page 67 Table 34

Age

Female

18-34

35-54

Class

55+

ABC1

C2DE

J5365

Region

F

Dublin

Leinster

Area

Munster

Conn/ Ulster

Urban

Rural

3,440

1,685

1,755

1,171

1,269

999

1,380

1,805

256

995

873

952

620

2,104

1,336

100%

100%

100%

100%

100%

100%

100%

100%

100%

100%

100%

100%

100%

100%

100%

3,440

1,685

1,755

1,171

1,269

999

1,380

1,805

256

995

873

952

620

2,104

1,336

998

494

504

284

417

297

469

480

49

305

251

273

169

681

317

2,104

1,034

1,070

816

713

575

947

1,140

18

995

408

447

255

2,104

-

61%

61%

61%

70%

56%

58%

69%

63%

7%

100%

47%

47%

41%

100%

-

1,336

651

685

356

557

424

433

665

238

-

466

506

365

-

1,336

39%

39%

39%

30%

44%

42%

31%

37%

93%

-

53%

53%

59%

-

100%


February TeleBar 2014 Analysis of Sample

All Irish Adults 18+

Sunday Times/Behaviour & Attitudes Opinion Poll

Total

Party Support

Fianna Fail

Total

WTD Base: UNWTD Urban

Rural

Page 68 Table 34

Fine Gael

Labour

Green Party

J5365

Likelihood

Sinn Fein

Indep/ Others

Would not/DK

Would vote

Would definitely vote

Would probably vote

Constituency

Might/ Would might not not Vote

5 Seats

4 Seats

3 Seats

3,440

547

732

175

101

532

466

882

2,760

2,177

583

244

404

1,129

1,242

1,069

100%

100%

100%

100%

100%

100%

100%

100%

100%

100%

100%

100%

100%

100%

100%

100%

3,440

547

732

175

101

532

466

882

2,760

2,177

583

244

404

1,129

1,242

1,069

998

144

216

56

31

135

145

270

808

661

147

71

114

337

394

267

2,104

300

370

151

81

345

302

555

1,700

1,316

383

146

248

659

948

497

61%

55%

51%

86%

80%

65%

65%

63%

62%

60%

66%

60%

61%

58%

76%

46%

1,336

247

362

24

20

188

164

327

1,061

861

200

98

156

470

294

572

39%

45%

49%

14%

20%

35%

35%

37%

38%

40%

34%

40%

39%

42%

24%

54%


February TeleBar 2014 Analysis of Sample

All Irish Adults 18+

Sunday Times/Behaviour & Attitudes Opinion Poll

Total

Gender

Male

Total

Age

Female

18-34

Class

35-54

55+

ABC1

J5365

Region

C2DE

F

Dublin

Leinster

Area

Munster

Conn/ Ulster

Urban

Rural

3,435

1,680

1,755

1,171

1,264

999

1,380

1,800

256

995

873

947

620

2,104

1,331

100%

100%

100%

100%

100%

100%

100%

100%

100%

100%

100%

100%

100%

100%

100%

WTD Base:

3,435

1,680

1,755

1,171

1,264

999

1,380

1,800

256

995

873

947

620

2,104

1,331

UNWTD

1,000

493

507

285

418

297

470

481

49

305

252

273

170

681

316

547

294

253

149

186

212

180

320

47

133

143

183

89

300

247

16%

17%

14%

13%

15%

21%

13%

18%

19%

13%

16%

19%

14%

14%

19%

Fianna Fail

Fine Gael

Labour

Green Party

Sinn Fein

Independent/Others

Would not/Don't Know

Page 69 Table 35

732

337

395

221

294

217

350

294

88

167

199

225

142

370

362

21%

20%

22%

19%

23%

22%

25%

16%

34%

17%

23%

24%

23%

18%

27%

175

93

82

70

46

59

87

78

10

74

42

40

20

151

24

5%

6%

5%

6%

4%

6%

6%

4%

4%

7%

5%

4%

3%

7%

2%

101

49

51

67

23

11

73

24

4

56

11

26

8

81

20

3%

3%

3%

6%

2%

1%

5%

1%

1%

6%

1%

3%

1%

4%

2%

532

284

249

212

202

118

194

291

48

163

141

124

105

345

188

15%

17%

14%

18%

16%

12%

14%

16%

19%

16%

16%

13%

17%

16%

14%

466

261

205

109

154

202

160

283

23

152

94

119

101

302

164

14%

16%

12%

9%

12%

20%

12%

16%

9%

15%

11%

13%

16%

14%

12%

882

362

520

343

359

179

336

510

35

250

243

232

157

555

327

26%

22%

30%

29%

28%

18%

24%

28%

14%

25%

28%

24%

25%

26%

25%


February TeleBar 2014 Analysis of Sample

All Irish Adults 18+

Sunday Times/Behaviour & Attitudes Opinion Poll

Total

Party Support

Fianna Fail

Total

Fine Gael

Labour

Green Party

J5365

Likelihood

Sinn Fein

Indep/ Others

Would not/DK

Would vote

Would definitely vote

Would probably vote

Constituency

Might/ Would might not not Vote

5 Seats

4 Seats

3 Seats

3,435

547

732

175

101

532

466

882

2,756

2,172

583

244

404

1,129

1,237

1,069

100%

100%

100%

100%

100%

100%

100%

100%

100%

100%

100%

100%

100%

100%

100%

100%

WTD Base:

3,435

547

732

175

101

532

466

882

2,756

2,172

583

244

404

1,129

1,237

1,069

UNWTD

1,000

144

217

56

31

135

146

271

809

661

148

72

114

339

394

267

547

547

-

-

-

-

-

-

477

353

124

33

38

158

201

189

16%

100%

-

-

-

-

-

-

17%

16%

21%

13%

9%

14%

16%

18%

Fianna Fail

Fine Gael

Labour

Green Party

Sinn Fein

Independent/Others

Would not/Don't Know

Page 70 Table 35

732

-

732

-

-

-

-

-

665

564

101

38

19

253

260

219

21%

-

100%

-

-

-

-

-

24%

26%

17%

16%

5%

22%

21%

20%

175

-

-

175

-

-

-

-

159

140

20

7

9

55

85

35

5%

-

-

100%

-

-

-

-

6%

6%

3%

3%

2%

5%

7%

3%

101

-

-

-

101

-

-

-

77

53

24

12

12

26

59

16

3%

-

-

-

100%

-

-

-

3%

2%

4%

5%

3%

2%

5%

2%

532

-

-

-

-

532

-

-

449

371

78

44

39

164

165

203

15%

-

-

-

-

100%

-

-

16%

17%

13%

18%

10%

15%

13%

19%

466

-

-

-

-

-

466

-

437

351

86

12

17

120

181

166

14%

-

-

-

-

-

100%

-

16%

16%

15%

5%

4%

11%

15%

16%

882

-

-

-

-

-

-

882

491

340

151

99

270

354

286

241

26%

-

-

-

-

-

-

100%

18%

16%

26%

40%

67%

31%

23%

23%


February TeleBar 2014 Analysis of Sample

All Irish Adults 18+

Sunday Times/Behaviour & Attitudes Opinion Poll

Total

Gender

Male

Total

Age

Female

18-34

Class

35-54

55+

ABC1

C2DE

J5365

Region

F

Dublin

Leinster

Area

Munster

Conn/ Ulster

Urban

Rural

3,440

1,685

1,755

1,171

1,269

999

1,380

1,805

256

995

873

952

620

2,104

1,336

100%

100%

100%

100%

100%

100%

100%

100%

100%

100%

100%

100%

100%

100%

100%

WTD Base:

3,440

1,685

1,755

1,171

1,269

999

1,380

1,805

256

995

873

952

620

2,104

1,336

UNWTD

1,001

494

507

285

419

297

470

482

49

305

252

274

170

681

317

Would vote

2,760

1,403

1,357

826

1,005

929

1,157

1,379

224

816

683

745

518

1,700

1,061

81%

83%

79%

70%

80%

95%

84%

77%

90%

82%

79%

78%

87%

81%

81%

244

120

124

127

99

17

96

132

16

59

57

78

50

146

98

7%

7%

7%

11%

8%

2%

7%

7%

6%

6%

7%

8%

8%

7%

7%

Might/might not

Would not Vote

404

159

244

219

150

35

121

274

9

120

128

127

28

248

156

12%

9%

14%

19%

12%

4%

9%

15%

4%

12%

15%

13%

5%

12%

12%

Mean

4.28

4.40

4.16

3.92

4.28

4.70

4.40

4.12

4.72

4.28

4.22

4.19

4.50

4.27

4.28

Minimum

1.00

1.00

1.00

1.00

1.00

1.00

1.00

1.00

2.00

1.00

1.00

1.00

1.00

1.00

1.00

Maximum

5.00

5.00

5.00

5.00

5.00

5.00

5.00

5.00

5.00

5.00

5.00

5.00

5.00

5.00

5.00

Standard deviation

1.17

1.09

1.23

1.33

1.18

0.72

1.07

1.26

0.74

1.14

1.23

1.27

0.89

1.16

1.19

14,580 .10

7,400.53

7,179. 57

4,596.24

5,364.63

4,619.23

6,052.24

7,351.62

1,176.24

4,255.23

3,664.36

3,980.04

2,680.47

8,947.23

5,632.88

Sum

Page 71 Table 36


February TeleBar 2014 Analysis of Sample

All Irish Adults 18+

Sunday Times/Behaviour & Attitudes Opinion Poll

Total

Party Support

Fianna Fail

Total

Fine Gael

Labour

Green Party

J5365

Likelihood

Sinn Fein

Indep/ Others

Would not/DK

Would vote

Would definitely vote

Would probably vote

Constituency

Might/ Would might not not Vote

5 Seats

4 Seats

3 Seats

3,440

547

732

175

101

532

466

882

2,760

2,177

583

244

404

1,129

1,242

1,069

100%

100%

100%

100%

100%

100%

100%

100%

100%

100%

100%

100%

100%

100%

100%

100%

WTD Base:

3,440

547

732

175

101

532

466

882

2,760

2,177

583

244

404

1,129

1,242

1,069

UNWTD

1,001

144

217

56

31

135

146

271

810

662

148

72

114

339

395

267

Would vote

2,760

477

665

159

77

449

437

491

2,760

2,177

583

-

-

877

1,007

876

81%

87%

92%

91%

76%

84%

94%

57%

100%

100%

100%

-

-

79%

82%

82%

Might/might not

Would not Vote

244

33

38

7

12

44

12

99

-

-

-

244

-

67

68

109

7%

6%

5%

4%

12%

8%

2%

11%

-

-

-

100%

-

6%

6%

10%

404

38

19

9

12

39

17

270

-

-

-

-

404

160

159

84

12%

7%

3%

5%

12%

7%

4%

31%

-

-

-

-

100%

15%

13%

8%

Mean

4.28

4.41

4.66

4.63

4.12

4.43

4.65

3.52

4.79

5.00

4.00

3.00

1.56

4.24

4.24

4.37

Minimum

1.00

1.00

1.00

1.00

1.00

1.00

1.00

1.00

4.00

5.00

4.00

3.00

1.00

1.00

1.00

1.00

Maximum

5.00

5.00

5.00

5.00

5.00

5.00

5.00

5.00

5.00

5.00

4.00

3.00

2.00

5.00

5.00

5.00

Standard deviation

1.17

1.00

0.75

0.87

1.16

1.03

0.75

1.49

0.41

-1.#IND

-

-

0.50

1.19

1.24

1.05

14,580 .10

2,411.74

3,369.93

812.72

414.75

2,360.51

2,164.83

3,021.94 13,218.55 10,884.81

2,333.74

731.93

629.63

4,679.52

5,231.06

4,669.53

Sum

Page 72 Table 36


February TeleBar 2014 Analysis of Sample

All Irish Adults 18+

Sunday Times/Behaviour & Attitudes Opinion Poll

Total

Gender

Male

Total

Age

Female

18-34

Class

35-54

55+

ABC1

J5365

Region

C2DE

F

Dublin

Leinster

Area

Munster

Conn/ Ulster

Urban

Rural

3,440

1,685

1,755

1,171

1,269

999

1,380

1,805

256

995

873

952

620

2,104

1,336

100%

100%

100%

100%

100%

100%

100%

100%

100%

100%

100%

100%

100%

100%

100%

WTD Base:

3,440

1,685

1,755

1,171

1,269

999

1,380

1,805

256

995

873

952

620

2,104

1,336

UNWTD

1,001

494

507

285

419

297

470

482

49

305

252

274

170

681

317

Single

1,178

668

509

748

281

149

475

591

112

429

222

360

167

807

371

34%

40%

29%

64%

22%

15%

34%

33%

44%

43%

25%

38%

27%

38%

28%

Married

Co-habiting

Widowed

Divorced/seperated

Refused

Page 73 Table 37

1,581

763

818

138

829

614

654

787

140

376

466

402

336

834

747

46%

45%

47%

12%

65%

61%

47%

44%

55%

38%

53%

42%

54%

40%

56%

312

165

147

247

57

8

170

142

-

95

75

95

47

219

93

9%

10%

8%

21%

4%

1%

12%

8%

-

10%

9%

10%

8%

10%

7%

196

43

153

22

6

168

27

168

-

31

52

62

51

112

84

6%

3%

9%

2%

0%

17%

2%

9%

-

3%

6%

7%

8%

5%

6%

135

46

89

11

92

33

47

84

4

29

57

32

16

93

42

4%

3%

5%

1%

7%

3%

3%

5%

1%

3%

7%

3%

3%

4%

3%

39

-

39

6

5

27

6

33

-

34

2

-

3

39

-

1%

-

2%

1%

0%

3%

0%

2%

-

3%

0%

-

0%

2%

-


February TeleBar 2014 Analysis of Sample

All Irish Adults 18+

Sunday Times/Behaviour & Attitudes Opinion Poll

Total

Party Support

Fianna Fail

Total

Fine Gael

Labour

Green Party

J5365

Likelihood

Sinn Fein

Indep/ Others

Would not/DK

Would vote

Would definitely vote

Would probably vote

Constituency

Might/ Would might not not Vote

5 Seats

4 Seats

3 Seats

3,440

547

732

175

101

532

466

882

2,760

2,177

583

244

404

1,129

1,242

1,069

100%

100%

100%

100%

100%

100%

100%

100%

100%

100%

100%

100%

100%

100%

100%

100%

WTD Base:

3,440

547

732

175

101

532

466

882

2,760

2,177

583

244

404

1,129

1,242

1,069

UNWTD

1,001

144

217

56

31

135

146

271

810

662

148

72

114

339

395

267

Single

1,178

217

172

69

51

196

171

296

895

688

207

116

164

328

488

362

34%

40%

24%

40%

50%

37%

37%

34%

32%

32%

35%

47%

41%

29%

39%

34%

Married

Co-habiting

Widowed

Divorced/seperated

Refused

Page 74 Table 37

1,581

236

383

81

26

222

253

381

1,352

1,107

244

74

137

528

551

502

46%

43%

52%

46%

26%

42%

54%

43%

49%

51%

42%

31%

34%

47%

44%

47%

312

16

85

24

10

58

26

94

221

162

59

37

55

116

74

122

9%

3%

12%

14%

10%

11%

6%

11%

8%

7%

10%

15%

14%

10%

6%

11%

196

31

79

1

-

23

7

54

162

137

25

-

23

105

50

41

6%

6%

11%

1%

-

4%

2%

6%

6%

6%

4%

-

6%

9%

4%

4%

135

20

13

-

11

34

4

53

99

80

18

18

19

46

49

40

4%

4%

2%

-

11%

6%

1%

6%

4%

4%

3%

7%

5%

4%

4%

4%

39

27

-

-

3

-

5

3

33

2

31

-

6

5

31

3

1%

5%

-

-

3%

-

1%

0%

1%

0%

5%

-

2%

0%

2%

0%


The Questionnaire

1


J.5365

BEHAVIOUR & ATTITUDES POLL QUESTIONNAIRE – FEBRUARY 2014 Good Morning/afternoon/evening my name is ………………… (Name) and I am calling from Behaviour and Attitudes, the independent market research company based in Dublin. We are currently conducting a study on a number of issues. The study will take less than 10 minutes to complete. The interview will be conducted in accordance with Market Research Society guidelines - all results will be shown in aggregate form and for quality control purposes this call may be monitored by a supervisor. ASK ALL ADULTS 18YRS+ Q.1

Q.2

Q.3

Q.4

Would you say you are satisfied or dissatisfied with the manner in which the Government is running the country? Satisfied

1

Dissatisfied

2

No opinion

3

Would you say you are satisfied or dissatisfied with the way Mr. Kenny is doing his job as Taoiseach? Satisfied

1

Dissatisfied

2

No opinion

3

Would you say you are satisfied or dissatisfied with the way Mr. Gilmore is doing his job as Tanaiste? Satisfied

1

Dissatisfied

2

No opinion

3

Would you say you are satisfied or dissatisfied with the way Mr. Martin is doing his job as leader of Fianna Fail? Satisfied

1

Dissatisfied

2

No opinion

3


Q.5

Q.6

Q.7

Would you say you are satisfied or dissatisfied with the way Mr. Adams is doing his job as leader of Sinn Fein? Satisfied

1

Dissatisfied

2

No opinion

3

Would you say you are satisfied or dissatisfied with the way Mr. Ryan is doing his job as leader of The Green Party? Satisfied

1

Dissatisfied

2

No opinion

3

If there was a General Election tomorrow, to which party or independent candidate would you give your first preference vote? DO NOT READ OUT Fianna Fail

1

Fine Gael

2

Labour Party

3

Green Party

4

Workers Party

5

Sinn Fein

6

Independent

7

Other specify _________________

8

Don’t know

9

Would not vote

10


Q.8a

Do you agree or disagree that Confectionery and crisps should be available for sale in secondary school shops and vending machines?

Q.8b

Do you agree or disagree that soft drinks should be available for sale in secondary school shops and vending machines?

Q.8c

Do you agree or disagree that breakfast bars/cereal bars should be available for sale in secondary school shops and vending machines?

Q.8d

Do you agree or disagree that flavoured bottled water should be available for sale in secondary school shops and vending machines? Confectionery and crisps should be available for sale in secondary school shops and vending machines Soft drinks should be available for sale in secondary school shops and vending machines Breakfast bars/cereal bars should be available for sale in secondary school shops and vending machines Flavoured bottled water should be available for sale in secondary school shops and vending machines

Agree

Disagree

Don’t know

1

2

0

1

2

0

1

2

0

1

2

0

Q.9a

And would you agree or disagree that confectionery and crisps should be available for sale in secondary schools if the profits generated were used to fund necessary school services?

Q.9b

And would you agree or disagree that soft drinks should be available for sale in secondary schools if the profits generated were used to fund necessary school services?

Q.9c

And would you agree or disagree that breakfast bars/cereal bars should be available for sale in secondary schools if the profits generated were used to fund necessary school services?

Q.9d

And would you agree or disagree that flavoured bottled water should be available for sale in secondary schools if the profits generated were used to fund necessary school services? Confectionery and crisps should be available for sale in secondary school shops and vending machines if the profits generated were used to fund necessary school services Soft drinks should be available for sale in secondary school shops and vending machines if the profits

Agree

Disagree

Don’t know

1

2

0

1

2

0


generated were used to fund necessary school services Breakfast bars/cereal bars should be available for sale in secondary school shops and vending machines if the profits generated were used to fund necessary school services Flavoured bottled water should be available for sale in secondary school shops and vending machines if the profits generated were used to fund necessary school services Q.10

1

2

0

1

2

0

How likely would you be to vote if there was a General Election tomorrow? PROBE TO APPROPRIATE CODE Would definitely vote Would probably vote Might/might not vote Would probably not vote Would definitely not vote Don’t know

Q.11

Q.12

1 2 3 4 5 6

And to which party or independent candidate did you give your first preference vote in the last General Election? DO NOT READ OUT Fianna Fail

1

Fine Gael

2

Labour

3

Green Party

4

Workers Party

5

Sinn Fein

6

Independent

7

Other specify _________________

8

Don’t know

9

Did not vote

10

Are you eligible to vote in Irish General Elections, or not? Yes, eligible

1

No – not eligible

2

Don’t know

3


Q.13

And are you an Irish citizen, or not? Yes

1

No

2

Don’t know

3


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