how is it that gross outward migration - most of which is 'by choice' was estimated to be running at 76K per annum in 2011 and 36K per annum in 2006?
If 59% of migrants left by 'choice' what about the other 59%? (a serious statistical question in any opinion survey?)
would it be possible to actually report the questionnaire and precise questions?
it should not be thought that because most emigrants were in employment prior to emigrating that the nature, hours and reliability of employment was anything but inadequate.
how was the sample of 300 persons chosen - the detail given is scanty and one wonders about possible bias.
all of this not to question necessarily the reliability of the results. Just caution is needed. Have a great St Patricks weekend commemorating an immigrant who was forced here in the first place - well he chose to come back a second time.