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1 (1)(1) Amnesty International – RED Express Job No: August 2011

2 (2)(2) 1,011 interviews were conducted by phone using a random digit dial sample to ensure all households, including ex-directory, are covered. Half of the respondents were reached using a RDD (random digit dial) landline sample with the other half using an RDD mobile phone sample. This ensures we reach 98% of the population including mobile only households, landline only households and dual phone households. Quotas were set and final data weighted to known profiles on age, gender, class region and phone type to ensure that the sample is representative of the total Irish population aged 18+. Fieldwork conducted between July 25 th – 27 th Sample profile as follows: Throughout the presentation we have used the following notations: Higher than averageLower than average RED Express - Methodology Male49% Female51% ABC141% C2DE51% F8% % % % % % 65+15% GenderAgeSocial Class

3 (3)(3) Importance Of Children Groups That Should Be Prioritised By The Government (Base: Adults ,011) (Q 1) Mean Score Children who have been abused by members of the clergy % Children who have been abused by their families % Children who experience mental health problems % Children in the mainstream education system % Children whose families are poor % Children who commit crime % Children in the traveller community % Children who are here to seek asylum %

4 (4)(4) GenderAge TOTAL 8-10 % Male % Female % % % % % % 65+ % Children who have been abused by members of the clergy Children who have been abused by their families Children who experience mental health problems Children in the mainstream education system Children whose families are poor Children who commit crime Children in the traveller community Children who are here to seek asylum Importance Of Children Groups That Should Be Prioritised By The Government X Demographics (Base: All Adults ,011) (Q 1)

5 (5)(5) Social ClassRegion TOTAL 8-10 % ABC1 % C2DE % Dublin % Rest Of Leinster % Munster % Conn./ Ulster % Children who have been abused by members of the clergy Children who have been abused by their families Children who experience mental health problems Children in the mainstream education system Children whose families are poor Children who commit crime Children in the traveller community Children who are here to seek asylum Importance Of Children Groups That Should Be Prioritised By The Government X Demographics (Base: All Adults ,011) (Q 1)

6 (6)(6) Statements About Commission Of Inquiry Into Child Abuse (Base: All Adults ,011) (Q 2) Strongly Agree(5) Slightly Agree(4) Slightly Disagree(2) Strongly Disagree(1) Neither (3) It made me angry at those who abused these children % It made me angry that wider society didn’t do more % It made me angry at the state % I talked with my friends or family about it % It made me feel helpless % I find the subject overwhelming and don’t know what to think % I find the subject too upsetting to engage with % I don’t know what the report says % 6 Mean Score

7 (7)(7) GenderAge TOTAL NET AGREE % Male % Female % % % % % % 65+ % It made me angry at those who abused these children It made me angry that wider society didn’t do more It made me angry at the state I talked with my friends or family about it It made me feel helpless I find the subject overwhelming and don’t know what to think I don’t know what the report says I find the subject too upsetting to engage with Statements About Commission Of Inquiry Into Child Abuse X Demographics (Base: All Adults ,011) (Q 2)

8 (8)(8) Social ClassRegion TOTAL NET AGREE % ABC1 % C2DE % Dublin % Rest Of Leinster % Munster % Conn./ Ulster % It made me angry at those who abused these children It made me angry that wider society didn’t do more It made me angry at the state I talked with my friends or family about it It made me feel helpless I find the subject overwhelming and don’t know what to think I don’t know what the report says I find the subject too upsetting to engage with Statements About Commission Of Inquiry Into Child Abuse X Demographics (Base: All Adults ,011) (Q 2)

9 (9)(9) Statements About Ferns, Murphy And Cloyne Report (Base: All Adults ,011) (Q 3) Strongly Agree(5) Slightly Agree(4) Slightly Disagree(2) Strongly Disagree(1) Neither (3) Individual members of society should have demanded that the state act to prevent child abuse % Individual members of Irish society should have done more to protect these children % Government acts when society demands that it act % Wider society is prejudiced against children in the care of the state today % Wider society would prefer to turn a blind eye to child abuse % Wider society is prejudiced against people who were in industrial schools % Members of society were powerless to protect these children % 6 Mean Score

10 (10) GenderAge TOTAL NET AGREE % Male % Female % % % % % % 65+ % Individual members of society should have demanded that the state act to prevent child abuse Individual members of Irish society should have done more to protect these children Government acts when society demands that it act Wider society is prejudiced against children in the care of the state today Wider society would prefer to turn a blind eye to child abuse Wider society is prejudiced against people who were in industrial schools Members of society were powerless to protect these children Statements About Ferns, Murphy And Cloyne Report X Demographics (Base: All Adults ,011) (Q 3)

11 (11) Social ClassRegion TOTAL NET AGREE % ABC1 % C2DE % Dublin % Rest Of Leinster % Munster % Conn./ Ulster % Individual members of society should have demanded that the state act to prevent child abuse Individual members of Irish society should have done more to protect these children Government acts when society demands that it act Wider society is prejudiced against children in the care of the state today Wider society would prefer to turn a blind eye to child abuse Wider society is prejudiced against people who were in industrial schools Members of society were powerless to protect these children Statements About Ferns, Murphy And Cloyne Report X Demographics (Base: All Adults ,011) (Q 3)

12 (12) Rating Of Statements In Relation To Childs Rights And The Recent Published Reports In Ireland (Base: All Adults ,011) (Q 4) Strongly Agree(5) Slightly Agree(4) Slightly Disagree(2) Strongly Disagree(1) Neither (3) It is important that children have their opinions taken into account in significant decisions that affect them % Noting that the 1948 Universal Declaration of Human Rights says that all people “should act towards one another in a spirit of brotherhood”, ordinary people in Ireland should accept some responsibility for respecting and defending the human rights of other people in Ireland % Wider Irish society bears some responsibility for what has been revealed in the Ryan, Ferns, Murphy and Cloyne reports % Children are trustworthy when voicing their opinions on decisions that affect them % 10 Mean Score

13 (13) GenderAge TOTAL NET AGREE % Male % Female % % % % % % 65+ % It is important the children have their opinions taken into account in significant decisions that affect them Noting that the 1948 Universal Declaration of Human Rights says that all people “should act towards one another in a spirit of brotherhood”, ordinary people in Ireland should accept some responsibility for respecting and defending the human rights of other people in Ireland Wider Irish society bears some responsibility for what has been revealed in the Ryan, Ferns, Murphy and Cloyne reports Children are trustworthy when voicing their opinions on decisions that affect them Rating Of Statements In Relation To Childs Rights And The Recent Published Reports In Ireland X Demographics (Base: All Adults ,011) (Q 4)

14 (14) Social ClassRegion TOTAL NET AGREE % ABC1 % C2DE % Dublin % Rest Of Leinster % Munster % Conn./ Ulster % It is important the children have their opinions taken into account in significant decisions that affect them Noting that the 1948 Universal Declaration of Human Rights says that all people “should act towards one another in a spirit of brotherhood”, ordinary people in Ireland should accept some responsibility for respecting and defending the human rights of other people in Ireland Wider Irish society bears some responsibility for what has been revealed in the Ryan, Ferns, Murphy and Cloyne reports Children are trustworthy when voicing their opinions on decisions that affect them Rating Of Statements In Relation To Childs Rights And The Recent Published Reports In Ireland X Demographics (Base: All Adults ,011) (Q 4)


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