NCFA / Red C Survey 2014


NCFA/RedC Survey

May 2014

In 2014, as part of our local election campaign, we commissioned leading research company Red C to research public opinion on funding of the arts by local authorities.*

The results are now in and we are delighted to share them with you.

The survey reveals that two-thirds of the public believe that local authorities should provide financial support to fund the arts.

The survey also found that over half of those who endorse funding by local authorities, believe that the level of support provided should exceed 50 cents per person per week.

Finally, 1 in 5 people believe that the arts should be funded by more than €1.

View and download the survey by clicking Here.

*The NCFA RedC survey on funding of the arts by local authorities was financially supported by Senator Fiach MacConghail, a member of Seanad Éireann.

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