How much Polish people are in Ireland?
There were 122,515 Polish nationals living in Ireland in April 2016, the largest non-Irish population group in 2016.
How many Polish people are in Ireland 2019?
There are currently around 20,000 more Polish people living in Ireland than there are people from the UK, who make up the second-largest group of non-Irish residents. Four new additions to the top 10 list in 2016 from 2011 include Brazilian, Spanish, Italian, and French nationals, reports Joe.ie.
What are the top 3 languages spoken in Ireland?
The 2011 Census, released by the Central Statistics Office Ireland (CSO), shows that Irish is the third most spoken language in the country, after English and Polish.
How many Polish are in Northern Ireland?
There are now believed to be 30,000 Polish people living in Northern Ireland. This influx has been relatively recent, and has increased since Poland joined the European Union, with many coming on a short-term basis for work.
What percent of Ireland is white?
The largest group in 2016 was “White Irish” with 3,854,226 (82.2%) usual residents. This was followed by “Any other White background” (9.5%), non-Chinese Asian (1.7%) and “Other incl. mixed background” (1.5%).