Tuesday February 25, 2020

A statistical slice of Irish life from the CSO

Changing marriage patterns and longer lives shown in 2016 yearbook

20th October, 2016
CSO figures put numbers on recent trands in Irish society. Pic: Ireland's Content Pool

A new report from the Central Statistics Office contains a wealth of information on the state of Irish society.

The Statistics Yearbook of Ireland 2016 is mostly compiled from full-year data from 2015 but also includes information from Census 2016.

As well as the familiar economic data, the figures chart the wider changes in Irish society over the past few years.

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