Vegan Google Search Trends in Ireland (Live Statistics)

We bring you Google Trends results for vegan search activity within Ireland, live from Google! 

These results cover only activity from people within Ireland. You’ll find that the statistics include the last 12 months to the moment you’re reading this now.

The 12 month view gives you a feel for change over time, as well as current levels of interest in vegan options and products in Ireland.

With thanks to Google, we have permission to embed this live graphs for you to see Ireland’s vegan search statistics!

You’ll find more than the change in web search activity over the last year. We’ve also included automated search links for google web, google shopping, youtube, google images, and google news search activity below.

Google Web Search Interest Over Time

Numbers represent search interest relative to the highest point on the chart for Ireland during the 12 months. A value of 100 is the peak popularity for the term. A value of 50 means that the term is half as popular.

Other Google Search Statistics for Ireland

We have also prepared automated searches for you so you can see:

  1. the Irish locations in which the search term ‘vegan’ was most popular in search during the last 12 months.
  2. the related topics that users searching for ‘vegan’ also searched for.
  3. the related queries that users searching for ‘vegan’ also searched for.

Here are the results, by search type:

  1. Vegan Web Search Statistics and Trends for Ireland

  2. Vegan YouTube Search Statistics and Trends for Ireland 

  3. Vegan Image Search Statistics and Trends for Ireland

  4. Vegan Search Statistics and Trends for Ireland in Google Shopping

  5. Vegan News Search Statistics and Trends for Ireland 

Tip: Look for the question mark symbols beside the headings on the Google Trends for tips on how to read the charts.

Bonus graph!

Are you interested in the long-term trends? Click here for a graph of the interest over time from 2004 to the present.

Were you surprised by any of the statistics? What do you predict for future trends? Comment below!

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