91% spike in number of Americans searching for how to move to Ireland

91% spike in number of Americans searching for how to move to Ireland

Searches for Americans wanting to move to Ireland have doubled since Donald Trump was elected President.

Indeed.com website said Ireland is the third most popular country for Americans to move to.

The first choice is New Zealand, with a 405% spike in interest. Next is Canada, with Ireland third.

There has been a 91% increase in the amount of inquires about Ireland.

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