What is the population and population growth in Ireland?
The 2011 census listed Ireland as having a population of 4,588,252. The population growth rate of Ireland is about 1.11%, one of the highest in all of Europe.
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The Republic of Ireland has a population of about 4,470,700residents. Northern Ireland has a population of about 1,775,000 residents. _______________ Update (2013/14): About 6.45 million in the whole island(4.6m in the Republic and 1.85m in Northern Ireland). a random nombert The Republic of Ir…eland has a population of about 4,470,700 residents. Northern Ireland has a population of about 1,775,000 residents. ( Full Answer )
The population of Northern Ireland is approximately 1.8 million people as of 2012. It makes up 28% of the population of the whole island which is 6.4 million.
In the 2006 census the recorded population of County Longford was 34,391. Detailed statistics can be found here: http://www.cso.ie/statistics/popofeachprovcountycity2006.htm
According to the 2011 census, the population of County Sligo stands at 65,270, (32,370 male + 32,900 female), an increase of 4, 376 (7%) on the 2006 Census figure.
Population growth is the increase of people in a country, state ora city. There are records that keep track of the increases anddecreases in population.
There would have been no census or population figures for that time, so the question cannot be answered.
POPULATION: 60,642,308 POPULATION GROWTH RATE: .42% In the first decade of the 21st century, Italy has seen a population growth instead of population decline; due to massive immigration waves within the last two decades..
Population: 21,904,551 population growth rate: - 0.3 % My estimation for 30.07.2011 is 21 315 000.
In 1942, the population of Ireland was 2.96 million people. Irelandhas a current population of 4.68 million people, and a lifeexpectancy of 80.7 years.
The estimated population of Ireland in 2008 was 4.35 millionpeople. The 2014 estimate puts the population of Ireland at 4.68million people.
The population of Limerick City is approximately 57,000. Taking the surrounding urban area into consideration, the population would be around 91,000.
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If you're asking what % of the modern Irish population is of English descent, Danish descent, and so forth, here's a good place to start: http://www.eupedia.com/forum/showthread.php?24907-Genetics-of-the-British-and-Irish-people But since much of the information is of a technical sort, (requiring a …fair grounding in the language of human genetics), it'd take quite a bit of study and a fair amount of number crunching to nail down percentages across various lineages. An estimate is however given which states that roughly one quarter of today's Irish population descends from English stock (paternally). We'll understand how necessarily 'approximate' this has to be because, of course, what it means to be English is itself up for grabs as, yes, they too are an amalgam of peoples in their own right. Based on the presence or absence of specific genetic markers, (and groups of markers, really), great gains are apparently being made toward clearing all of this up though. So the day may soon come that such questions can be answered with greater ease and confidence. Tom Raywood ( Full Answer )
It was 8,175,124 at the census of 6/7 June 1841. Later authors have suggested that this was a gross underestimate, with some estimates implying as many as 12.5 million. However, scholarly opinion tends today to accept the census figure as broadly accurate, despite the curiously small increase fro…m the 1831 return of 7,767,401. ( Full Answer )
In the 2006 census, the population of the whole of county Wexford was 131,749. What the population of the town itself was, I don't have at hand.
4.5 million live in the Republic and 1.5 live in Northern Ireland. The east has by far the most people and the weast has by far the least with the middle somewhere in between.
the last CSO figures 2007 showed that 420000 people were migrents mostly from eastern Europe
the population of Ireland at the start of the 17th century is estimated by church kept records of births and deaths to have been just under one million souls rising rapidly over the next 250 years to 8.1million mainly due to the introduction of the potatoe into Europe of the highly nutritious potato…e from south America in the late 16th century. ( Full Answer )
The size of the resident population in Northern Ireland at 30 June 2008 is estimated to be 1.759 million people. The 1% increase in population between July 2006 and June 2008 is estimated. The population of Northern Ireland is projected to increase by seventy thousand people (4%) over the five year…s from 2006 to 2011.. The West and South of Northern Ireland is projected to have the largest growth (8%) over the five year period while the Greater Belfast area will see the smallest level of growth (0.4%). This is according to new figures released today by the Northern Ireland Statistics and Research Agency.. Between 2006 and 2011:. The total population in Northern Ireland is projected to increase by 4% from 1,741,600 in 2006 to 1,811,700 in 2011. . The West & South of Northern Ireland is projected to have the largest growth, increasing from 391,300 in 2006 to 424,000 in 2011 (8%). . In contrast the Greater Belfast area is projected to have the smallest increase in population from 645,500 in 2006 to 648,200 in 2011 (0.4%). ( Full Answer )
A census was last carried out in Ireland in 2006. The population for the Dublin area at that time was 1,187,176. More details can be found at the link below.
In 2007, the estimated population of Ireland was 4.29 millionpeople. Ireland is located on the continent of Europe and has atotal land area of 26,596 square miles.
The whole island is about 32,000 square miles with a population of about 6.8 million.\n. \nIf you mean the country of Ireland then the area is 27,000 sq miles and it has a ppulation f about 4.5 to 5.0 million.
The population of the island of Ireland is about 6,400,000 (6.4 million) as of 2012.
In 1800 the population of Ireland was about 5 million, with 200,000in Dublin. However the Industrial revolution and especially theIrish Linen industry expanded explosively in the first half of thecentury, and this allowed the population to increase dramatically.By 1841, there were 8,175,000 people i…n Ireland. (This compares tothe 1996 figure of 5,162,535.) Most Irish landlords wereProtestants, simply because the law forbade Catholics from owningland. The Irish peasants themselves, who were both Protestant andCatholic, ate potatoes almost exclusively, since land was scarceand potatoes were an intensive crop. However, in 1845 a fungaldisease called 'phytophthora infestans', or 'potato blight' struckand wiped out a third of the potato crop in Ireland. This was adisaster to the peasants who relied upon it. Those who lived neartowns were better off, since towns had other sources of food, butthings got very bad for those living in rural areas. ----- Probably slightly over 5 million, though no complete census wastaken until 1821. Linen didn't cause the doubling of population inthe century to 1845, the potato did, hence the devastating impactof the subsequent blight. ( Full Answer )
Umm,,, I think it might be around 8 million.But that might be before not during but it still might be roughly the same?
It is simply because more people have moved to Ireland and more people are being born in Ireland.
Using the 2011 census, 78.9% of the population of Ireland is adult. That totals to 3,620,131 adults in Ireland.
The last census in the Republic of Ireland was in 2006. You will find figures for populations of the counties and their cities in the list at the link below, and also a range of other information. All this detail is on the Central Statistics Office website. Details for the 6 counties of Northern Ire…land would not be covered, just the 26 counties in the Republic of Ireland. ( Full Answer )
Before the famine in 1845, the population of Ireland was estimated at about 8 million. Many died and many emigrated, reducing the population significantly. It is estimated that about 1 million died and 1 million emigrated. The population has increased since then, but even now, it has still not reach…ed 8 million again. ( Full Answer )
The Republic of Ireland has a population of 4,422,100 (2008 estimate). Northern Ireland has a population of 1,775,000 (2009 estimate). This gives the Emerald Isle a total estimated population of 6,197,100..
The population of all Ireland is roughly 6.27 million as of 2010, with around 4.47m in the Republic and 1.8m in the north.
There would be lots of reasons. The main ones would be that the land is not so good there and there are not as many jobs there. The largest city in Ireland is Dublin which is on the east coast. So lots of people live in or close to Dublin, meaning that the population there is larger. Many people… from the west of Ireland would have left Ireland or moved towards the east. There is better infrastructure in the east than there is in the west, although it is improving. That makes the east more attractive for people to live or for companies to base themselves. Also the east is nearer to Britain, so Ireland's main ports have been along the east coast for trading with Britain and other parts of Europe, which is another reason for the east being more populated than the west. ( Full Answer )
As of the last census, in 2011, Munster had a population of 1.246 million people.
There are roughly 6,385,100 people in Ireland, I've looked at dozens of websites, and they all came to say a number around the population i have above, so i know this for a fact.
The greater Dublin area has a disproportionate amount of the population of Ireland, but it wouldn't be true to say that it is overpopulated. People come into the Dublin from their homes in the surrounding suburbs and large towns in its catchment area. The city itself wouldn't have a huge resident po…pulation. In the 1960s in particular a lot of development was done in the suburbs and people were moved from the city centre to these areas. ( Full Answer )
in the 2002 Census was 8,561. For more up to date information check the centeral statistics office.+
The population of Ireland is almost entirely half female, half male. Which, using the 2011 census, totals to 2,294,126 Irish males.
The main religion in southern Ireland (Republic of Ireland) is Roman Catholic.In Northern Ireland it is Anglican (Church of England)
The highest population there has been in Northern Ireland is themost recent census in 2011 stating 1.82 million people.
As of the last census, which was in 2011, there were 31,798 people in Leitrim.
the estimated population of the Republic is 4.1 million and in Northern Ireland 1.7 million
About 5 million. It's very hard to say, since the last census was in 2009.
Ireland is not relatively densely populated. One estimate is 65 persons per square kilometer, compared with an average of 256 per km 2 for the UK. It is less than in any country in Western Europe excluding Russia.
Population is the amount of people (men, women, children) in one country, city, town, village, area, continent or other place. It measured in tens, hundreds, thousands, millions and billions. Population growth is the noun to the population increase. When there are more children born, the population… increases, but also death rates must be counted. ( Full Answer )
Ireland is relatively low populated, having about 6 million peopleliving on the island of Ireland.
China has about 298 times the population of the Republic of Ireland. China has about 1,367,590,000 people while the Republic of Ireland has about 4,580,000 people.
In April 2011, when the last census was done, Clare had a population of 117,196 people.
Most of the population live in the east, in and around Dublin and other major towns on or near the east coast. That part of Ireland is not sparsely populated. Much of Ireland is rural, so not as many people live there. The quality of land in some parts is good, but in other parts, particularly the w…est of Ireland it is not so good. As a result, not as many people live in the west of Ireland. ( Full Answer )
Most of Northern Ireland's population: . Are White (99%) . Speak English (96%) . Identify as Christian (85%) - the most popular religion beingRoman Catholic (40%) . Identify as British (48%) as opposed to Irish (28%) or NorthernIrish (29%)
In reading the reasoning behind the question in the comments below,an internet search turned up a book that was published in 1905 thatmight contain some answers that you are looking for: A History ofIrish Music written by William H. Gratten Flood, published in 1905. Please see link in discussion co…mments. ( Full Answer )