CSO Figures Reveal Over 400 Civil Partnerships In 2012

New figures from the Central Statistics Office have revealed that there were 429 civil partnerships in 2012, 263 of which involving men and 166 involving women.

The figures also breakdown the areas in which the people live – some 69% live in Leinster and 34% live in Dublin city.

A total of 858 of the individuals who entered civil partnerships, 60 were divorcees with the rest previously single.

The full list of figures can be read on the Central Statistics Office


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