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RED C predicts #marrref vote with wisdom of crowds

It’s the day after the Same Sex Marriage referendum which has been passed by a huge majority, 62% voted in favour of the change to the constitution and 38% voted…

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Debt and commitments impede a consumer led recovery – consumer mood Jun 2014

The latest RED C Consumer Mood tracking, at a topline level appears to tell the story of continued improving consumer confidence, in line with other consumer confidence indexes. This is…

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Irish & UK online omnibus launch

THE RED LINE – RED C’S NEW ONLINE OMNIBUS ALLOWS YOU TO ASK QUESTIONS IN EITHER IRELAND, THE UK OR BOTH MARKETS TOGETHER RED C is delighted to announce the…

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A better world with more women in politics

World a better place with predominately women politicians: says a third of respondents to global poll. Zurich, Switzerland: 08 March 2014 A global poll, conducted by WIN/Gallup International, the leading…

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Strong claimed support for same sex marriage

At a topline level it appears that the same sex marriage referendum should pass relatively easily. When asked directly how they would vote if the referendum were to be held…

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Global poll of hope & despair

A global poll conducted among almost 67,000 people in 65 countries shows an increase in international positivity, as 50% believe that 2014 will be a better year than 2013. The…

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Mobile behaviour and the implications for successful mobile advertising

IAB Ireland (Internet Advertising Bureau Ireland) commissioned RED C to conduct research into a Study “A Mobile Future”, in order to better understand mobile consumption and attitudes among Irish users,…

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SME Credit Demand Oct 12 – Mar 13

The results from this period’s Credit Demand Survey show that SME credit demand, while remaining low, continues its gradual upward trend. This is helped by a backdrop of continued stabilisation…

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Where do the opposition go from here? – APR 2013

Fine Gael retain 28% of the first preference vote in this poll, 8% below the level the party achieved at the last election. In itself the figure is not that…

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