Annual tourism statistics publications
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The latest annual tourism statistics were published on 06 June 2019. The publication, which includes additional tables and infographics can be accessed at:
Quarterly tourism statistics publications
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The latest quarterly tourism statistics were published on 23 August 2018. The publication tables can be accessed at:
NISRA is currently undertaking a review of the methodology used for producing Domestic Tourism data.
This will include (but not limited to) analysis on the weighting methodology for domestic tourism data, exploring the possibility of including data for children (aged under 16) in overnight trip outputs, and improving outlier analysis.
After the review has been conducted NISRA will publish an impact analysis on Domestic Tourism statistics; and assess the possibility of backdating previously published data.
- Tourism statistics publication schedule
- Tourism statistics early indicators
- Tourism statistics archive publications
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