Close to 50% of Irish adults admit to using drugs - survey
The numbers came out to be much lower for hard drugs. Around 14 percent of people confessed to trying heroin and cocaine. At least a third stated they would support softer drugs becoming decriminalized, so that power could be taken away from drug dealers. However, only 18 percent would show support toward the decriminalization of illegal drugs.
Over 70 percent agreed that same sex couples should be allowed to marry and yet just 66 percent think gay pairs should be able to adopt children. Out of all the activities surveyed on, drinking and driving had the highest level of moral disapproval, receiving a 9.1 out of 10. On the other hand, sex before marriage was given the lowest disapproval rating.
Voice of Russia, Kildare Nationalist