Kinsale has been named as the town that statistically best represents us as a nation
On Tuesday, Newstalk Breakfast named the Cork town of Kinsale as 'Ireland's Town'.
The title was awarded following a detailed analysis of Census 2016, which took 29 different data measurements into account across an array of strands.
These included economic, family, age, gender and education.
The detailed research examined all towns with a population of 5,000 or more, and found that Kinsale bore a striking resemblance to the national average in almost every one of the 29 criteria.
Commenting on the findings, Newstalk statistician Odran Flynn, said: "Looking at the twenty nine criteria, Kinsale was the only town that was at or near the national average in each case.
"It offers a snapshot of the census, and so Ireland, in one place. It's a true microcosm of us as a nation."
During the research a number of other interesting figures were discovered: