Over 40% of commuters would take a pay cut to work closer to home.
The average journey time for some commuter belt counties is around 70 minutes.
Nearly 9 out of 10 commuters living in Meath and Kildare would be very interested in working closer to home.
With 4 out of 10 even willing to take a salary reduction to make it happen.
It takes 43% of those surveyed between an hour and an hour and a half to get to work, while 12% take up to 2 hours.
The survey shows men tend to leave earlier than women to commute to work.
64% of respondents living in Meath were unhappy with the cost of their commute, compared to 56% of Kildare residents.