An opinion poll conducted by Dingle Peninsula Young Fine Gael suggests the vast majority of Kerry voters are dissatisfied with the Government. Voters are not happy with the health service, our roads and employment opportunities but more than half the of the people surveyed are satisfied with the educational services being provided in the county. 200 hundred people were contacted in Tralee, Killarney, Listowel, Castleisland and Dingle and they were asked a range of questions in relation to health, education, employment and roads. 69% of the respondants said they were dissatisfied with the standard of healthcare in the county, 79% were unhappy with the state of the roads in Kerry and 59% were dissatisfied with the level of employment opportunities.Despite these findings in the Young Fine Gael opinion poll in Kerry, a national poll published at the weekend found that most people are happy with the current coalition. The Chairman of the Dingle Peninsula Young Fine Gael branch, Brendan Griffin, says he will send the results of the survey to the Taoiseach and the Ministers with responsibility for roads, health, tourism and employment.
Suzanne Connolly, CEO of Barnardos, joins Jerry to discuss the troubling findings of a report into Túsla and children at risk released this week.