Almost a third of people in Ireland believe the government exaggerated Covid-19 deaths.
That's according to a new survey of 12,000 people carried across six European countries.
In Poland 43 percent were suspicious of the deaths, compared with24 percent in Norway.
Despite the apparent suspicion around figures, the poll of 2,000 Irish people found most of us trust Covid vaccines
Three quarters here said it was true that nearly all scientists agreed that the vaccine were safe, the highest of the six countries surveyed,
It also shows a low prevalence of belief in pandemic conspiracy theories - 1 in 10 here believe Covid symptoms are linked with 5G, compared with 17% in the UK.
The study, which was carried out by UCD as part of the European Commission Horizon Project found Irish people also showed greater willingness to comply with Covid rules, than our European counterparts.