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Do more than 700,000 born in Northern Ireland have an Irish passport?
5 March 2020831,779 Irish passport applications (2010-19) represents 44.7% of the Northern Ireland-born population living in the UK at the time of the 2011 Censuses. On the
Does no one in Mid Ulster speak Irish?
30 March 2019This claim is inaccurate. 440 people living in the local government district spoke Irish as their first language, according to the 2011 Census. 22,986 people
Communal counting: The Northern Ireland census
6 March 2019In Northern Ireland, much data are reduced to communal categories of “Protestant” and “Catholic”, for the purposes of monitoring the delivery of public services and
TheJournal.ie: Are there really more Polish speakers than Irish speakers in Northern Ireland?
13 February 2017This claim is inaccurate. While the 2011 Census data show more people in Northern Ireland speaking Polish than Irish as their main language, based on