The Portal to Ireland's Official Statistics
Principal Socio-Economic Census Results
Central Statistics Office (CSO)
Persons aged 15 years and over by sex, Economic status, marital status, age group, province, county and city, status in family nucleus, type of family unit, nationality, labour force employment status, industrial group, occupational group, socio-economic group, social class, age full time education ceased, highest level of education completed, subject in which qualification is held; labour force participation rate by province, county and city. Children at school, students at school and college and persons at work by sex, distance travelled to school/college/work, time leaving home and means of travel. Persons with a disability by sex, age group and percentage disabled. Also information on unpaid personal help provided, voluntary activity, motor car availability, computer ownership and access to the internet.
Information is supplied in the Small Area Population Statistics (SAPS) classified by Census Enumeration Areas, Dáil Constituencies, Electoral Divisions, Gaeltacht Areas, Garda Regions, Divisions and Districts, Health Service Executive Areas, Local Electoral Areas, Towns, Urban and Rural areas of each county.
Methods and Quality Report
is available for this statistic.
Links to web pages that lead to the statistics:
Census of Population.
The census figures relate to the de facto population, i.e. the figures include visitors present on census night as well as those in residence, while usual residents temporarily absent from the area are excluded from the census count.
Every 5 years
A night in April of the relevant census year
About 14 months after the date of the census (report); about 18 months after the date of the census (Small Area Population Statistics)
People and Society - Population
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