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Northern Ireland households have £3.3k less disposable income than Republic

Life expectancy also better down south, says study

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Households in the Republic have £3,300 more disposable income annually than those in Northern Ireland, new research shows.

This equates to a 12% gap after accounting for price differences in both areas.

Life expectancy is also now 1.4 years longer in the south, according to the Economic and Social Research Institute (ESRI).


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