Public Attitudes to Disability in Ireland Survey 2001



This report presents the findings of the first comprehensive survey of public attitudes towards people with disabilities in the Republic of Ireland, which took place during 2001. The survey was commissioned by the National Disability Authority of Ireland and undertaken by Research and Evaluation Services as part of its Irish Social Omnibus Survey series. In total 1,000 members of the Irish adult (aged 18+) population were interviewed during the period 7 April 2001 to 31 May 2001.


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