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Census 2011 - Publication of Area Profiles

2 May 2013

Find information for Your Area

The Central Statistics Office today published Census 2011 Area Profiles for 350 areas across the country.  These profiles, which are short two-page reports, present an overview of census information for these areas in an easy to read format, and are aimed at both policy makers and the general public.

The Area Profiles are available to view and download online on the CSO website at www.cso.ie. Profiles are available for each of the 34 administrative counties, the 43 Dáil Constituencies (2007) and for 272 towns with a population of 1,000 and over.

This is a new report product from Census 2011, which will be useful to both policy and decision-makers at local level, along with the general public and schoolchildren who are interested in finding information on their local area. The reports aim to ensure that census data is readily available to people about their local area. and are an ideal quick reference for people interested in the population of their county, city or town.

For more information, click to view the full press release.

Publication of  “Profile 10 Door to Door – Commuting in Ireland

13th December 2012

The Central Statistics Office published the last in its series of Census 2011 profile reports on 13th December 2012.  The report “Profile 10 Door to Door –Commuting in Ireland” presents a profile of the commuting patterns of the Irish population and covers modes of travel, journey times and time of departure for both workers and students.

The full report is available on the CSO website along with all the data which is available in a range of interactive web tables which allow users to search and build their own tables by selecting the data they are interested in and downloading them in an easy to use format for their own analysis.

This profile report is the last of ten profile reports examining the definitive results of Census 2011 in more detail and continues the CSO’s publishing approach of presenting more interpretation and analysis of the data accompanied by illustrative presentations, thematic maps and easy to read commentary. 

For more information, click to view the full press release.

Census 2011 - Publication of  “Profile 9 What We Know –Education, Skills and the Irish Language

22nd November 2012

The Central Statistics Office published the latest in its series of Census 2011 results on 22nd  November 2012.  The report “Profile 9 What We Know –Education, Skills and the Irish Language” presents a profile of the education and skills of the Irish population, focusing in detail on age leaving education and field of study in which qualifications are held.

The full report is available on the CSO website along with all the data which is available in a range of interactive web tables which allow users to search and build their own tables by selecting the data they are interested in and downloading them in an easy to use format for their own analysis.

This profile report is the ninth of ten profile reports examining the definitive results of Census 2011 in more detail and continues the CSO’s publishing approach of presenting more interpretation and analysis of the data accompanied by illustrative presentations, thematic maps and easy to read commentary. 

For more information, click to view the full press release.

Census 2011  -  Publication of  “Profile 8 Our Bill of Health – Health, Disability and Carers in Ireland

The Central Statistics Office published the latest in its series of Census 2011 results on 1st  November 2012.  The report “Profile 8 Our Bill of Health – Health, Disability and Carers in Ireland” presents a profile of the health of the Irish population, focusing in detail on disability and carers who provide unpaid assistance.

The full report is available on the CSO website along with all the data which is available in a range of interactive web tables which allow users to search and build their own tables by selecting the data they are interested in and downloading them in an easy to use format for their own analysis.

This profile report is the eight of ten profile reports examining the definitive results of Census 2011 in more detail and continues the CSO’s publishing approach of presenting more interpretation and analysis of the data accompanied by illustrative presentations, thematic maps and easy to read commentary. 

For more information, click to view the full press release.

 

Census 2011  - Publication of Profile 7 Religion, Ethnicity and Irish Travellers – Ethnic and Cultural Background in Ireland

18th October 2012

The Central Statistics Office published the latest in its series of Census 2011 results on 18th October 2012.  The report “Profile 7 Religion, Ethnicity and Irish Travellers – Ethnic and Cultural Background  in Ireland” presents a profile of the various religions in Ireland along with more detailed results on ethnicity, and Irish Travellers in particular.

 The full report is available on the CSO website along with all the data which is available in a range of interactive web tables which allow users to search and build their own tables by selecting the data they are interested in and downloading them in an easy to use format for their own analysis.

This profile report is the seventh of ten profile reports examining the definitive results of Census 2011 in more detail and continues the CSO’s publishing approach of presenting more interpretation and analysis of the data accompanied by illustrative presentations, thematic maps and easy to read commentary. 

For more information, click to view the full press release.

 

Census 2011 - Publication of “Profile 6 Migration and Diversity – A Profile of Diversity in Ireland.”

4th October 2012

The Central Statistics Office has published the latest in its series of Census 2011 results.  The report Profile 6 Migration and Diversity – A Profile of Diversity in Ireland” presents a profile of the non-Irish nationals living in Ireland in April 2011, along with results on recent migration, foreign languages and ability to speak English.

The full report is available on the CSO website along with all the data which is available in a range of interactive web tables which allow users to search and build their own tables by selecting the data they are interested in and downloading them in an easy to use format for their own analysis.

This profile report is the sixth of ten profile reports examining the definitive results of Census 2011 in more detail and continues the CSO’s publishing approach of presenting more interpretation and analysis of the data accompanied by illustrative presentations, thematic maps and easy to read commentary. 

For more information, click to view the full press release.

Census 2011  -  Publication of  “Profile 5 Households and Families – Living Arrangements in Ireland.”

20th September 2012

The Central Statistics Office has published the latest in its series of Census 2011 results.  The report “Profile 5 Households and Families – Living Arrangements in Ireland” provides an in-depth picture of households and living arrangements in Ireland at the time of the last census.

The full report is available on the CSO website along with all the data which is available in a range of interactive web tables which allow users to search and build their own tables by selecting the data they are interested in and downloading them in an easy to use format for their own analysis.

This profile report is the fifth of ten profile reports examining the definitive results of Census 2011 in more detail and continues the CSO’s publishing approach of presenting more interpretation and analysis of the data accompanied by illustrative presentations, thematic maps and easy to read commentary. 

For more information, click to view the full press release.

Census 2011 - Publication of “Profile 4 The Roof over our Heads - Housing in Ireland.”

30th August 2012

The Central Statistics Office has published the latest in its series of Census 2011 results.  The report “Profile 4 The Roof over our Heads - Housing in Ireland” examines housing in Ireland in terms of type of accommodation, nature of occupancy and attributes such as central heating, sewerage and water supply.

The full report is available on the CSO website along with all the data which is available in a range of interactive web tables which allow users to search and build their own tables by selecting the data they are interested in and downloading them in an easy to use format for their own analysis.

This profile report is the fourth of ten profile reports examining the definitive results of Census 2011 in more detail and continues the CSO’s publishing approach of presenting more interpretation and analysis of the data accompanied by illustrative presentations, thematic maps and easy to read commentary. 

For more information, click to view the full press release.

Census 2011  -  Publication of  Small Area Population Statistics (SAPS)

31st July 2012

The Central Statistics Office published the Small Area Population Statistics, (SAPS) - the latest instalment in its series of Census 2011 results – on Tuesday 31st July. 

The results are published online on the CSO website at www.cso.ie, using a new interactive mapping and search tool – SAPMAP.  The data consists of a collection of 46 tables organised in a range of themes such as education, occupation, industries, ethnicity, nationality and housing and are available for ten different layers of geography from the State down to Electoral Division and Small Areas.

Users of the SAPMAP web tool can now click on their area on the map and instantly access the full set of census statistics relating to that area. This greatly improves the method of finding statistics for small local areas around the country and will be of immense use to local communities. Alternatively the complete set of tables for a particular geographic layer can be downloaded as a single file.

For more information, click to view the full press release.

Census 2011  -  Publication of  “Profile 3 At Work - Employment, Occupations and Industry.”

26th July 2012

The Central Statistics Office published the latest in its series of Census 2011 results.  The report  “Profile 3 At Work – Employment, occupations and industry in Ireland”  examines several facets of the labour force in April 2011. It analyses the industries and occupations of people at work as well as other aspects including nationality, ability to speak English, social class and field of study.  There is a focus on those who were out of work, particularly unemployment among young people and first time jobseekers.

The full report is available on the CSO website along with all the data which is available in a range of interactive web tables which allow users to search and build their own tables by selecting the data they are interested in and downloading them in an easy to use format for their own analysis.

This profile report is the second of ten profile reports examining the definitive results of Census 2011 in more detail and continues the CSO’s publishing approach of presenting more interpretation and analysis of the data accompanied by illustrative presentations, thematic maps and easy to read commentary. 

For more information, click to view the full press release.

Census 2011 - Publication of Census 2011 Socio Economic Highlights

28th June 2012.

The Central Statistics Office published the second volume of highlights from the 2011 census results. The report  “This is Ireland – Highlights from Census 2011, Part 2”  presents an overview of the socio-economic situation in Ireland in April 2011, covering topics such as employment, occupations, education and skills and health. 

The full report is available on the CSO website along with all the data which is available in a range of interactive web tables which allow users to search and build their own tables by selecting the data they are interested in and downloading them in an easy to use format for their own analysis.

This report continues the CSO’s publishing approach of presenting more interpretation and analysis of the data accompanied by illustrative presentations, thematic maps and easy to read commentary. All of the themes in this report will be covered in more detail in future Profile reports to be released during the remainder of 2012.

For more information, click to view the full press statement.

Census 2011 - Latest Results on Age

Profile 2 - Older and Younger - An age profile of Ireland

24 May 2012

The Central Statistics Office published the latest in its series of Census 2011 results.  The report  “Profile 2  Older and Younger – An Age Profile of Ireland”  examines the age profile of Ireland in 2011, looking at topics such as the urban/rural divide, the age structure in different counties, young and old age dependency and sex ratio.  

The full report is available on thecensus page of the CSO website along with all the data which is available in a range of interactive web tables which allow users to search and build their own tables by selecting the data they are interested in and downloading them in an easy to use format for their own analysis.

This profile report is the second of ten profile reports examining the definitive results of Census 2011 in more detail and continues the CSO’s publishing approach of presenting more interpretation and analysis of the data accompanied by illustrative presentations, thematic maps and easy to read commentary. 

For more information, click to view the full press release.

Census 2011 - Latest Results on Geographic Areas

Profile 1 Town and Country – Population Distribution and Movements and Population by Area volume.

26 April 2012.

The Central Statistics Office published two further reports in its series of Census 2011 results.  The reports  “Profile 1  Town and Country – Population Distribution and Movements”  and the “Population by Area” volume were published on 26th April 2012 and  examine topics including the geographic distribution of the population, population density and internal migration.

The full reports are available on the CSO website along with all the data which is available in a range of interactive web tables which allow users to search and build their own tables by selecting the data they are interested in and downloading them in an easy to use format for their own analysis.

This profile report is the first of ten profile reports examining the definitive results of Census 2011 in more detail and continues the CSO’s publishing approach of presenting more interpretation and analysis of the data accompanied by illustrative presentations, thematic maps and easy to read commentary. Click to view the Publication Schedule for Census 2011 Results.

For more information, click to view the full press release.

Census 2011 First Results Published

29 March 2012

"This is Ireland - Highlights from Census 2011, Part 1", the first definitive results volume of the 2011 census was published on 29th March 2012, less than one year after Census Day, 10th April 2011. The results are available on the CSO website at www.cso.ie/census and include a limited number of tables of data along with detailed interpretation and analysis of the results accompanied by thematic maps and charts.

The publication, is the first of two volumes of highlights from the census 2011 data and includes an overview of the statistics relating to population and population change, including analysis across a range of themes including geographic distribution, age, marital status, households and families, migration, nationality, ethnicity, Irish language, religion and housing.

This is the first in the series of Census 2011 results which will be published throughout 2012 and which will examine each of the census themes in detail. Click to view the Publication Schedule for Census 2011 Results.

All census 2011 publications will be available to view and download online in a number of different formats including interactive tables which will allow users to search the data using a range of criteria including geographic area. A full description of our planned outputs can be found here

 

Population of Ireland is 4,588,252

Census 2011 results show that Ireland’s population has continued to grow strongly since 2006, increasing by 8.2% to 348,404 to 4,588,252. The total number of non-Irish nationals has increased by 124,624 persons or 29.7 per cent from 419,733 to 544,357. 

The full report is available on the CSO website at www.cso.ie/census and is accompanied by a range of interactive web tables which allow users to search and download the data using a range of criteria including geographic area.

In cooperation with the All Ireland Research Observatory (AIRO) at NUI Maynooth, summary census data is also available on the AIRO website for the first time in thematic maps for Electoral Districts and all Small Areas at the time of publication of this report.  This new development aims to bring census data alive in a fresh and exciting way and will be expanded on throughout the census 2011 publication schedule to cover all small area data. Mapping tools are available at the national, regional and local authority level.  

Publication of Census 2011 Preliminary Results

The first results of the census were released on June 30th 2011, just 12 weeks after census day and show that Ireland’s population is growing strongly, primarily due to a high number of births.

The results show that the total population enumerated on census night 10th April was 4,581,269, an increase of 8.1% on the 2006 census. See the main results here.

The results show population changes for geographical areas including counties, constituencies and right down to Electoral Divisions. The information is available for 3,440 areas and data for each individual area can be accessed using the online interactive tables included with the preliminary report on the CSO website.

These preliminary results are based on the summary counts for each enumeration area which were compiled by the 4,854 enumerators and returned to the CSO in advance of the census forms.

For now only headcount totals are available by males and females. Scanning and processing of the two million census forms has begun and the first definitive results will be published next March, within a year of census day. A full description of our planned outputs can be found here

 Click here to view and download the Census 2011 Preliminary Results.

 

What happens next? 

Thanks to everyone for making their mark in Census 2011.

About 1.7 million completed census forms are now being delivered back to the Census Headquarters in Swords, Co. Dublin, where the processing operation is underway.

The first Census 2011 results will be released in June in the Preliminary Population Report. This will contain details of the total population of males and females in each Electoral Division and will be based on summary data taken from the front of the census forms.

The definitive population results, based on the scanned and processed Census Forms, will be released between March and December 2012.

Census 2011 results will be made available in a wide variety of ways designed to meet the needs of every user. The main results will be published by way of census releases organized by theme and through interactive tables on the CSO web site. A full description of our planned outputs can be found here

Thanks again for making your mark!