The turnout in the referendum on repealing the 8th amendment was 64.1% and varied from a low of 60.2% in the Border region to a high of 66.2% in the Mid-East.
At county level, the highest turnout was in Wicklow (74.5%), Dublin Bay North (71.6%) and Dublin Fingal (70.4%) while the lowest turnout was in Dublin Central (51.5%), Dublin Bay South (54.9%) and Donegal (57.1%).
Three-quarters of the votes were in favour in Dublin (75.5%) while in the Border region just over half of the votes were favour (54%).
A majority of the votes were in favour of repealing the 8th amendment in all constituencies with the exception of Donegal where 48.1% were in favour.
The highest votes in favour were in Dublin Bay South (78.5%), Dún Laoghaire (77.1%) and Dublin Fingal (77%).
More than half (55%) of Irish people aged 18 and over believe that anti-social behaviour is not a problem at all while a further 32% believe that it is not a very big problem.
The West region had the highest proportion of people aged 18 and over who said that anti-social behaviour was not a problem at all at 77% while Dublin had the lowest at 43%.
People from Dublin were three times more likely to say that anti-social behaviour was a very big or fairly big problem than people in the West. Only 6% of people from the West said anti-social behaviour was a very big or fairly big problem compared with 18% of people from Dublin.