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Ireland: share of households who used the internet but not recently 2009 to 2017

Share of households who had used the internet, however not in the last three months in Ireland between 2009 and 2017, by region

by S. O'Dea, last edited Mar 15, 2018
Ireland: share of households who used the internet but not recently 2009 to 2017 This statistic depicts the share of households that had used the internet, however not within the last three months in Ireland between 2009 and 2017, by region. Between 2009 and 2017 the share of the people in Dublin who had used the internet but not in the previous three months has decreased from four to three percent. The share of respondents from the same group in the Mid-West region has decreased from seven to three percent. Further information on the internet usage can be found in the Dossier: Internet usage in Europe.
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Share of households who had used the internet, however not in the last three months in Ireland between 2009 and 2017, by region

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by S. O'Dea, last edited Mar 15, 2018
This statistic depicts the share of households that had used the internet, however not within the last three months in Ireland between 2009 and 2017, by region. Between 2009 and 2017 the share of the people in Dublin who had used the internet but not in the previous three months has decreased from four to three percent. The share of respondents from the same group in the Mid-West region has decreased from seven to three percent. Further information on the internet usage can be found in the Dossier: Internet usage in Europe.
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