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Maybe it's too small a sample to know for sure, but poll shows charitable giving in Northern Ireland is down 17% so far this year over last.

"The proportion of people in Northern Ireland who give to charity has fallen by 17 percentage points over the past year, a survey commissioned by the Northern Ireland Council for Voluntary Action indicates. A representative poll of 1,010 adults, carried out face-to-face by the polling company Ipsos Mori in March, found that 56 per cent of people had made a donation to charity in the previous four weeks, compared with 73 per cent in the same poll last year." -- Christopher Goodfellow, Third Sector

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