Census 2022 Profile 4: Disability, Heath and Carers – Meath

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The Central Statistics Office has today published Census 2022 Profile 4: Disability, Health and Carers. This profile looks at the types and extent of long-lasting conditions or difficulties experienced by the population, on our general health, and of carers providing unpaid care in Ireland.

It shows that more than 43,000 people in Meath experienced at least one long-lasting condition or difficulty while more than 87% in the county stated that their health was very good or good.

The press release for Meath is available here – https://www.cso.ie/en/csolatestnews/pressreleases/2023pressreleases/pressstatementcensus2022resultsprofile4-disabilityhealthandcarersmeath/

The national press statement is available here – https://www.cso.ie/en/csolatestnews/pressreleases/2023pressreleases/pressstatementcensus2022resultsprofile4-disabilityhealthandcarers/

Other county press releases are available here – :  https://www.cso.ie/en/census/census2022/census2022profile4countypressstatements/

The Census 2022 Small Area Population Statistics (SAPS) were published on 21 September 2023. This is the most detailed set of data produced from the Census 2022 results covering topics such as sex, age and marital status, families, housing, education, commuting and occupation as well as new topics such as volunteering and childcare. Using our interactive maps, you can zoom in to your local area and learn more about your community.

If you have any queries on the Census 2022 Results or if you would prefer not to receive any further census emails, please contact us at censuspublicity@cso.ie

The remaining Census 2022 results will be published between 19 October and 19 December.

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