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Settlement Liscannor (CSO Area Code ST 16032)

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Theme 1: Sex, Age and Marital Status

Population aged 0-19 by sex and year of age, persons aged 20+ by sex and age group
Age Male Female Total
0 1 0 1
1 0 0 0
2 0 1 1
3 0 0 0
4 1 0 1
5 0 0 0
6 0 0 0
7 0 0 0
8 0 0 0
9 1 0 1
10 0 0 0
11 0 0 0
12 1 0 1
13 2 1 3
14 0 0 0
15 1 0 1
16 0 0 0
17 0 0 0
18 1 0 1
19 0 0 0
20-24 2 3 5
25-29 10 4 14
30-34 6 4 10
35-39 1 2 3
40-44 5 4 9
45-49 8 5 13
50-54 2 7 9
55-59 7 7 14
60-64 12 8 20
65-69 3 3 6
70-74 5 0 5
75-79 3 1 4
80-84 1 3 4
85+ 2 1 3
Total 75 54 129
Population by sex and marital status
Status Males Females
Single 38 17
Married 25 24
Separated 7 3
Divorced 0 4
Widowed 5 6
Total 75 54
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Theme 2: Migration, Ethnicity and Religion

Usually resident population by place of birth and nationality
Location Birthplace Nationality
Ireland 94 105
UK 11 7
Poland 2 2
Lithuania 0 0
Other EU 27 4 5
Rest of World 11 3
Not stated 0 0
Total 122 122
Usually resident population by ethnic or cultural background
White Irish 99
White Irish Traveller 0
Other White 17
Black or Black Irish 0
Asian or Asian Irish 0
Other 4
Not stated 2
Total 122
Usually resident population aged 1 and over by usual residence 1 year before Census Day
Same Address 105
Elsewhere in County 8
Elsewhere in Ireland 3
Outside Ireland 5
Total 121
Population by religion
Catholic 101
Other stated religion 6
No religion 19
Not stated 3
Total 129
Speakers of foreign languages by language spoken
Language Persons
Polish 1
French 1
Lithuanian 0
Other 7
Total 9
Speakers of foreign languages by ability to speak English
Ability Persons
Very well 6
Well 1
Not well 0
Not at all 0
Not stated 2
Total 9
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Theme 3: Irish Language

Population aged 3 or over by ability to speak Irish
Ability Persons
Yes 52
No 72
Not stated 3
Total 127
Irish speakers aged 3 or over by frequency of speaking Irish
Speaks Irish Daily, within education system only 4
Speaks Irish Daily, within and also outside education system 0
Outside education system, Daily 0
Outside education system, Weekly 5
Outside education system, Less often 32
Outside education system, Never 9
Outside education system, Not stated 2
Total 52
Irish speakers within education aged 3+, by frequency of speaking Irish outside education
Frequency Persons Males Females
Daily 0 0 0
Weekly 0 0 0
Less often 0 0 0
Never 0 0 0
Total 0 0 0
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Theme 4: Families

Families, family members and children in families, by size of family
Size of family Number of families Number of persons in families Number of children in families
2 persons 19 38 2
3 persons 4 12 4
4 persons 6 24 12
5 persons 1 5 3
6 or more persons 0 0 0
Total 30 79 21
Family units with children by size and age of children
All children under 15 All children 15 or over Children both under and over 15 Total
No children 0 0 0 17
1 child 3 3 0 6
2 children 1 4 1 6
3 children 1 0 0 1
4 children 0 0 0 0
5 or more children 0 0 0 0
Family units with children by type of family and age of children
Couples with children Lone mothers with children Lone fathers with children
Number of families
All children aged under fifteen 4 1 0
All children aged fifteen or over 6 1 0
Other 1 0 0
Total number of family units 11 2 0
Number of children
All children aged under fifteen 7 1 0
All children aged fifteen or over 10 1 0
Other 2 0 0
Total number of children 19 2 0
Families by age of youngest child
Number of families Number of family members
0-4 years 1 5
5-9 years 2 6
10-14 years 3 10
15-19 years 4 14
20+ years 3 10
Total 13 45
Families by family cycle
Family cycle Number of families Number of family members
Pre-family 4 8
Empty nest 10 20
Retired 3 6
Pre-school 1 5
Early school 1 2
Pre-Adolescent 3 10
Adolescent 2 6
Adult 6 22
Total 30 79
Females aged 20 years or over by number of children born alive
Number of children born Number of females
0 22
1 5
2 7
3 7
4 or more 8
Total 49
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Theme 5: Private Households

Private households by type
Type of Household Households Persons
One person 29 29
Husband and wife 12 24
Cohabiting couple 3 6
Husband, wife and children 9 32
Cohabiting couple and children 2 9
Father and children 0 0
Mother and children 2 4
Couple and others 2 6
Couple, children and others 0 0
Father, children and others 0 0
Mother, children and others 0 0
Two or more family units 0 0
Non-family households and relations 0 0
Two or more non-related persons 4 8
Total 63 118
Private households by size
Size of family Households Persons
1 person 29 29
2 persons 21 42
3 persons 6 18
4 persons 6 24
5 persons 1 5
6 persons 0 0
7 persons 0 0
8 or more persons 0 0
Total 63 118
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Theme 6: Housing

Private households by type of accommodation
Type of accommodation Households Persons
House/Bungalow 55 109
Flat/Apartment 5 5
Bed-sit 0 0
Caravan/Mobile Home 1 1
Not stated 2 3
Total 63 118
Permanent private households by year built
Year Built Households Persons
Pre 1919 4 7
1919 to 1945 2 2
1946 to 1960 1 3
1961 to 1970 5 7
1971 to 1980 12 22
1981 to 1990 5 9
1991 to 2000 14 26
2001 to 2005 9 19
2006 or later 5 13
Not stated 5 9
Total 62 117
Permanent private households by type of occupancy
Type of occupancy Households Persons
Owner occupied with mortgage 8 17
Owner occupied no mortgage 36 67
Rented from Private Landlord 14 26
Rented from Local Authority 0 0
Rented from Voluntary Body 0 0
Occupied free of rent 1 1
Not stated 3 6
Total 62 117
Permanent private households by number of rooms
Number of rooms Households Persons
1 room 0 0
2 rooms 4 4
3 rooms 8 12
4 rooms 5 10
5 rooms 18 37
6 rooms 12 19
7 rooms 5 13
8 or more rooms 4 10
Not stated 6 12
Total 62 117
Permanent private households by central heating
No central heating 1
Oil 35
Natural Gas 1
Electricity 15
Coal (including anthracite) 3
Peat (including turf) 2
Liquid Petroleum Gas (LPG) 2
Wood (including wood pellets) 1
Other 0
Not stated 2
Total 62
Permanent private households by water supply
Public main 57
Group scheme with local authority source 4
Group scheme with private source 0
Other private source 0
None 0
Not stated 1
Total 62
Permanent private households by sewerage facility
Public scheme 39
Individual septic tank 12
Other individual treatment 4
Other 4
No sewerage facility 0
Not stated 3
Total 62
Occupancy status of permanent dwellings on Census night
Occupied 63
Unoccupied 171
Total 234
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Theme 7: Communal Establishments

Persons in Communal Establishments
Number of establishments 1
Number of persons 10
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Theme 8: Principal Status

Population aged 15 years and over by principal economic status and sex
Principal Economic Status Male Female Total
At work 32 26 58
Looking for first regular job 0 1 1
Unemployed having lost or given up previous job 10 3 13
Student 4 0 4
Looking after home/family 2 9 11
Retired 18 10 28
Unable to work due to permanent sickness or disability 3 3 6
Other 0 0 0
Total 69 52 121
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Theme 9: Social Class and Socio-Economic Group

Population by sex and social class
Social Class Male Female Total
Professional workers 2 1 3
Managerial and technical 25 27 52
Non-manual 6 4 10
Skilled manual 17 4 21
Semi-skilled 6 7 13
Unskilled 4 1 5
All others gainfully occupied and unknown 15 10 25
Total 75 54 129
Persons in private households by socio-economic group of reference person
Socio-economic group of reference person Households Persons
A Employers and managers 17 32
B Higher professional 3 4
C Lower professional 3 7
D Non-manual 8 16
E Manual skilled 4 10
F Semi-skilled 1 4
G Unskilled 2 2
H Own account workers 8 18
I Farmers 0 0
J Agricultural workers 0 0
Z All others gainfully occupied and unknown 17 25
Total 63 118
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Theme 10: Education

Population aged 15 years and over by age education ceased
Age Males Females Total
Under 15 years 3 2 5
15 3 1 4
16 3 4 7
17 4 3 7
18 5 7 12
19 5 3 8
20 1 3 4
21 and over 19 16 35
Not stated 15 12 27
Total 58 51 109
Population aged 15 years and over whose education has not ceased
Education Males Females Total
Still at school 4 0 4
Other 7 1 8
Population aged 15 years and over by field of study
Qualification Males Females Total
Education and teacher training 0 5 5
Arts 0 4 4
Humanities 2 0 2
Social sciences, Business and Law 8 9 17
Science, Mathematics and Computing 7 0 7
Engineering, Manufacturing and Construction 7 1 8
Agriculture and Veterinary 3 2 5
Health and Welfare 0 8 8
Services 1 0 1
Other subjects 0 0 0
Not Stated (including unknown) 30 22 52
Total 58 51 109
Population aged 15 years and over by sex and highest level of education completed
Education Level Males Females Total
No Formal Education 0 0 0
Primary Education 10 4 14
Lower Secondary 8 4 12
Upper Secondary 9 15 24
Technical or Vocational qualification 5 3 8
Advanced Certificate/Completed Apprenticeship 6 3 9
Higher Certificate 2 3 5
Ordinary Bachelor Degree or National Diploma 7 7 14
Honours Bachelor Degree, Professional qualification or both 5 1 6
Postgraduate Diploma or Degree 2 10 12
Doctorate(Ph.D) or higher 0 0 0
Not stated 4 1 5
Total 58 51 109
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Theme 11: Commuting

Population aged 5 years and over by means of travel to work, school or college
On foot 7
Bicycle 2
Bus, minibus or coach 4
Train, DART or LUAS 0
Motorcycle or scooter 0
Car driver 34
Car passenger 4
Van 5
Other 3
Not stated 5
Total 64
Population aged 5 years and over by time leaving home to travel to work, school or college
Before 06:30 2
06:30-07:00 1
07:01-07:30 6
07:31-08:00 13
08:01-08:30 9
08:31-09:00 7
09:01-09:30 5
After 09:30 13
Not stated 5
Total 61
Population aged 5 years and over by journey time to work, school or college
Under 15 mins 26
1/4 hour - under 1/2 hour 14
1/2 hour - under 3/4 hour 5
3/4 hour - under 1 hour 3
1 hour - under 1 1/2 hours 3
1 1/2 hours and over 3
Not stated 7
Total 61
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Theme 12: Disability, Carers and General Health

Persons with disability by age group
00-14 0
15-24 1
25-44 3
45-64 11
65+ 15
Total 30
Carers by sex and number of unpaid hours per week
Number of hours Males Females
1-14 2 1
15-28 0 2
29-42 0 0
43+ 0 3
Not stated 1 0
Total 3 6
Population by general health and sex
Health Males Females Total
Very good 36 25 61
Good 27 17 44
Fair 9 10 19
Bad 2 1 3
Very bad 0 0 0
Not stated 1 1 2
Total 75 54 129
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Theme 13: Occupation

Persons at work or unemployed by occupation and sex
Occupation Males Females Total
Managers, Directors and Senior Officials 10 6 16
Professional Occupations 4 6 10
Associate Professional and Technical Occupations 5 4 9
Administrative and Secretarial Occupations 1 4 5
Skilled Trades Occupations 7 1 8
Caring, Leisure and Other Service Occupations 1 2 3
Sales and Customer Service Occupations 1 1 2
Process, Plant and Machine Operatives 2 0 2
Elementary Occupations 4 4 8
Not stated 7 1 8
Total 42 29 71
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Theme 14: Industries

Persons at work by industry and sex
Industry Males Females
Agriculture, forestry and fishing 0 0
Building and construction 2 0
Manufacturing industries 1 3
Commerce and trade 6 3
Transport and communications 5 1
Public administration 2 1
Professional services 1 9
Other 15 9
Total 32 26
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Theme 15: PC and Internet Access

Number of households with cars
No motor car 8
One motor car 31
Two motor cars 22
Three motor cars 1
Four or more motor cars 0
Number of households with a personal computer
Yes 42
No 18
Not stated 2
Total 62
Number of households with internet access
Broadband 32
Other 7
No 21
Not stated 2
Total 62
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