Tuesday 17 October 2017

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THIS week there will be more fascinating insights in the Irish Independent, the Herald, and on air on Today FM. There will be further revelations and analysis by our experts, starting tomorrow when we find out how confident people are about their economic future, what are their aspirations towards owning their own homes, and have they been putting off having babies in the hope of better times. On Tuesday, we discover the impact of the recession on people's day-to-day lives . . . what they're worried about, what their dreams are and who are the people they depend on. And, on Wednesday, we deal with sex and relationships. We discover the number of sexual partners that is the norm, how people feel about their own sexuality – and that of others – and the importance of a close personal relationship with that "special one". Plus: these fascinating results will be discussed in detail right through the week on all the main shows on Today FM, with top commentators contributing. Don't miss the debate.

THIS week there will be more fascinating insights in the Irish Independent, the Herald, and on air on Today FM. There will be further revelations and analysis by our experts, starting tomorrow when we find out how confident people are about their economic future, what are their aspirations towards owning their own homes, and have they been putting off having babies in the hope of better times. On Tuesday, we discover the impact of the recession on people's day-to-day lives . . . what they're worried about, what their dreams are and who are the people they depend on. And, on Wednesday, we deal with sex and relationships. We discover the number of sexual partners that is the norm, how people feel about their own sexuality – and that of others – and the importance of a close personal relationship with that "special one". Plus: these fascinating results will be discussed in detail right through the week on all the main shows on Today FM, with top commentators contributing. Don't miss the debate.

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