For Q1 2017 we take a look at what the latest census data can tell us about the property market and also how the nation feels towards the impact of the central bank rules on lending for first time buyers.
The first part of our Travel and Tourism series.
April was a busy month, with local and global news stories getting our attention.
How can the Census inform your brand and business planning?
We profile the top news stories which Irish people scored as important.
The majority of those attending will be young families.
We had a collection of interesting answers to the question - What (if anything) makes you proud to be Irish?
What part of the country is most proud of Ireland today?
On International Women's Day 2017, how do women in Ireland feel about society and the economy?
59% of people in Ireland say they enjoy how they spend their time every day.
These are the top stories that mattered to people in the first month of 2017.
Our Food & Fitness report provides an overview of Irish people's well-being, diet and fitness habits. Discover the brands which people associate with health in Ireland.
Who were the winners and losers of 2016? We asked and here is what Ireland had on the top of the list
Across 12 months, we have measured the news stories which matter to people in Ireland. Discover the top ten and the reasons why these stories resonated with people.
Industrial action topped the news stories of October 2016.
Those on high incomes want €140 million back in tax cuts.
The willingness to invest in education increases as children move through education.
Will an extra €5 to pensions make a difference or could it be better spent elsewhere?
Irish people want Government investments to be made in areas affecting our young and old.
They key stories which resonated with Irish people during summer 2016.
An analysis on how the Government spend across all the departments.
Should your income tax rate be reduced? Do you pay enough? Read more about our Ireland's income.
In early October, the Government will present the 2017 Budget. Ahead of this, we will put forward what the Irish people expect from this.
French attacks, Syria and the US Presidential elections dominate the news stories of July 2016.
The effect of Brexit has had a great impact on Irish people with it topping our June Ignite Score list.
A look at brand attitudes of consumers in relation to EUro 2016.
Find out how much more premiums need to increase motorists trade down to Third Party Cover, and who will be the first to go?
Which insurers and drivers faced the biggest and smallest premium hikes, find out more in part 2 of Ignite's motor insurance study - Project Loomis
A look at sponsorship awareness for the Euros.
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