The Dublin

The Dublin Beat analyses citizen opinions in the Dublin Region for an overview of their most pressing concerns.

Benchmarking 15 categories that comprise a global overview of the Dublin Region.

Citizen Opinions Analysed


Fastest Growing


Most Discussed


November 2019 to January 2020 Special Report

Community & Culture was the hot topic with citizens expressing opinions on gentrification, tourism and local cultural activities

Community & Culture 42%

OCtober Monthly Report

In Dublin City Two Security topics became popular in October. Citizens complained about the lack of Government’s commitment on cyber-safety. Also, due to the Fire Safety Week campaign, several Dubliners
commentend and asked about fire safety issues in
their homes.

Dublin City


In South Dublin Environment was the highest priority during this month.
The climate strike triggered a civic debate around climate change and environmental protection. Concerns about the loss of a parcel of wetland in Tallaght were among the most discussed topics.  

South Dublin

August Monthly Report

The T.P. Waters Ambition Run in aid of @IrishCancerSoc and #MyTribute celebrity charity match in Tallaght Stadium were the main topics on Community & Culture. 

South Dublin
Community & Culture

July Monthly Report

Mobility dominated the civic conversation due to #VeloCity2019 and very proactive cylists. The council’s affordable Housing scheme stood out for Dubliners, as well as Community, which was higher in May due to the European elections.

Dublin City

June Monthly Report

Utilities has a staggering 19% in June, compared to only 1% in May. The reason: the swimming bans at Sandycove and others due to the discharge of wastewater.

Dún Laoghaire
Utilities Priority

May Monthly Report

Talk on cycling infrastructure is a hot topic, following the start of work for a 32km long coastal way.