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Census 2011 Results

In 2011 the Central Statistics Office (or CSO) undertook the new Census to collect information from us about who we are, what we do and how we live. We have been conducting censuses in Ireland since 1821 and taking a census is fundamental to our way of life because it records who we are as a nation, our history and culture. The census is a key source of information for everyone in our country. It provides information in relation to who we are, what we do and how we live our daily lives. This in turn provides the knowledge that we all need to make decisions and plan for the future. The Census is used by people all over the country including the government, local authorities, businesses, local communities and students who use it for a wide variety of purposes.

Please visit the following link to the All Island Research Observatory (AIRO) who have mapped the Census 2011 results on behalf of CSO (the Central Statistics Office). Here you can view the Census 2011 Results for County Meath:

Census 2011 Mapping Module for County Meath


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