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CSO Pulse Surveys are a new way to make your story part of Ireland's story.

We want to hear what you think on topical issues #CSOTakePart

Have your say and be part of Ireland's story

The CSO is running a Take Part campaign inviting the people of Ireland to participate in quick and easy online surveys. These short, frequent surveys are indicators of the ‘pulse’ of the country at a particular time on certain topics. They usually ask opinion-type questions or seek attitudes to certain current events or issues.

When you take part in our short, online CSO Pulse Surveys, you help the CSO to provide data that is relevant and timely. You will also get the opportunity to register your interest in taking part in future CSO surveys #CSOTakePart

Who can take part?

These types of online pulse surveys are open to everybody who is 18 years and over living in Ireland to take part. The CSO wants more people to have their say. The link to the latest CSO Pulse Survey can be found on our social media channels such as Twitter, Instagram, LinkedIn and Facebook. More details about the campaign and a link to take part are available on our website.

The CSO wants to make it easier for your story to be part of the story – the story of Ireland. We want to encourage more people to fill out our surveys and register their interest in taking part in others in the future. We know things like one in 10 of us care for someone with a chronic condition or who is elderly and that more than four in 10 people said their consumption of junk food and sweets increased since the onset of the COVID-19 pandemic... Because you Told Us.

How will the CSO publish the results of these CSO Pulse Surveys?

The CSO will publish the results on our social medial channels and on our website. If you want to receive the results directly you can indicate this on the survey form. We will use percentages and trends to tell the story behind the CSO Pulse Surveys. Learn more in the CSO Pulse Surveys FAQ.

Learn more about CSO Pulse Surveys and the CSO Take Part campaign