More on public attitudes
By Hans Zomer
In April, I did my own little opinion poll, among a small group of journalism students in Dublin. I asked them some of the same questions that Amárach Research had put to 1,000 members of the public in Ireland, in 2013.
The difference in the answers from the two groups are striking. Have a look:
Now, all the usual caveats apply. Particularly since my sample was very small. But still, if these results are anything to go by, the next generation of Irish journalists might be useful allies for NGOs wishing to deepen public understanding of global issues.
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