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It makes a difference who gets stuck with the bill. 13% for a property tax means the public servants who are flocking to Labour don't want social democracy let alone socialism. They just want to hold what they have.Do the poor sods actually think it will make any difference?
I agree and a survey can be worded to get the answer you want!Its a poll from your favourite Sunday right wing rag, i.e. Sunday Independent, so you can proceed with caution. They were pushing the national government line not so long ago, now they want the 'public' consensus on a budget. Screw them. When the new coalition gets in next time, there will be payback.
It will make a difference alright,Do the poor sods actually think it will make any difference?
So basically everyone thinks there should be cuts and or tax increases... just not in a way that affects them....The most important thing that nobody wants to pay property tax
Plus it is interesting to see that people dont want to pay for time wasters in public sector and public wants compulsory redundancies in public sector.
What is strange is that question about welfare cuts has not been asked
A poll by Quantum Research, enough said!I must be the 1 in 5 who does'nt! any one else
Huge public support for co-operation on Budget - National News, Frontpage - Independent.ie
Sounds pretty close to the mark.Beano stuff that Gilmore, Kenny, Cowen and the incinerator will quote as the majority of people want.
500 hundred households my ar*e.
"Here's 10,000, the results are to read as per this document - quote a few people to reinforce.
true enough ... if anyone has any doubts I've collated a few 'idiosyncrasies' (to put it kindly) in the followingA poll by Quantum Research, enough said!
I've just had a look over today's offering - it's claiming that 20% more people are in favour of compulsory redundancies in the PS than paycuts in the PS! if it's that way around in real life I'll eat my hat!true enough ... if anyone has any doubts I've collated a few 'idiosyncrasies' (to put it kindly) in the following
Quantum Engineering « Irish Polling Report
Party drink-in result « Irish Polling Report
Quantum Corrections . « Irish Polling Report
anyone who believes QR should also come clean on where they stand on Santa Claus and the Tooth Fairy.