Ireland - Individuals using the internet for interaction with public authorities was 62.00% in December of 2020, according to the EUROSTAT. Historically, Ireland - Individuals using the internet for interaction with public authorities reached a record high of 62.00% in December of 2020 and a record low of 37.00% in December of 2010. Trading Economics provides the current actual value, an historical data chart and related indicators for Ireland - Individuals using the internet for interaction with public authorities - last updated from the EUROSTAT on December of 2021.

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 ireland individuals using the internet for interaction with public authorities eurostat data
Individuals Using The Internet For Interaction With Public Authorities
Country Last Previous Unit Reference
Denmark 91.00 92.00 % Dec 2020
Estonia 80.00 80.00 % Dec 2020
Luxembourg 63.00 60.00 % Dec 2020
Portugal 45.00 41.00 % Dec 2020
Romania 13.00 12.00 % Dec 2020
Ireland | Electronic Solutions
Enterprises having received orders online (at least 1%): All enterprises, without financial sector (10 persons employed or more)
Enterprises having received orders online (at least 1%): Large enterprises (250 persons employed or more), without financial sector
Enterprises having received orders online (at least 1%): Medium enterprises (50-249 persons employed), without financial sector
Enterprises having received orders online (at least 1%): Small enterprises (10-49 persons employed), without financial sector
Enterprises having received orders online (at least 1%): SMEs (10-249 persons employed), without financial sector
Enterprises using software solutions, like CRM to analyse information about clients for marketing purposes
Individuals having ordered/bought goods or services for private use over the internet in the last three months: All Individuals
Individuals having ordered/bought goods or services for private use over the internet in the last three months: Females, 16 to 74 years old
Individuals having ordered/bought goods or services for private use over the internet in the last three months: Males, 16 to 74 years old
Individuals using the internet for interaction with public authorities
Individuals using the internet for interaction with public authorities: Internet use: downloading official forms (last 12 months)
Individuals using the internet for interaction with public authorities: Internet use: obtaining information from public authorities web sites (last 12 months)
Individuals using the internet for interaction with public authorities: Internet use: submitting completed forms (last 12 months)
Individuals using the internet for ordering goods or services
Individuals using the internet for ordering goods or services from other EU countries
Share of enterprises' turnover on e-commerce: All enterprises, without financial sector (10 persons employed or more)
Share of enterprises' turnover on e-commerce: Large enterprises (250 persons employed or more), without financial sector
Share of enterprises' turnover on e-commerce: Medium enterprises (50-249 persons employed), without financial sector
Share of enterprises' turnover on e-commerce: Small enterprises (10-49 persons employed), without financial sector
Share of enterprises' turnover on e-commerce: SMEs (10-249 persons employed), without financial sector
Ireland | EUROSTAT Indicators