Polish immigrants have flocked to Ireland in the last few years – and they are present in almost every town in Ireland. Polish born people make up 2.09% of the population of Ireland – 96042 people in total.
There are only 8 towns in the Census of 2006 that had no people born in Poland living in them.
These towns were :
Fethard, South Tipperary
Ardnacrusha (Castlebank), Clare