Irish households unprepared for extended downturn, new research finds

Research compiled by Cicero/AMO has identified that Ireland is happy with the current crisis management, but questions are being asked what happens next – with 68% of respondents ill-equipped to cope financially for over three months.

Among the findings of our nationally representative survey are that:

  • Almost 15% of the population are concerned about keeping their house
  • One in ten people are concerned about keeping their job
  • 40% believe it will be two years before the economy returns to normal
  • One in three say they only have financial security or savings to last them one month

Click here to access Cicero/AMO’s research into financial resilience among Irish households following the COVID-19 outbreak.

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