We're all "Irish for a day" on St. Patrick's Day, but which towns in Monmouth and Ocean counties have the most Irish heritage? You may be surprised to find out!

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According to ZipAtlas.com, Avon-By-The-Sea has the most people with Irish heritage residing there. In fact, Avon has the third largest Irish population in the state (36.48%), and the 70th highest in the country! Let's check out the top 10 towns in Monmouth/Ocean with the highest Irish population.

MONMOUTH

  1. Avon-By-The-Sea (36.48%)
  2. Sea Girt (36.14%)
  3. Spring Lake (35.59%)
  4. Monmouth Beach (29.16%)
  5. Allenhurst (28.68%)
  6. Keansburg (27.50%)
  7. Highlands (27.41%)
  8. Port Monmouth (26.85%)
  9. Manasquan (26.45%)
  10. Middletown (26.19%)

OCEAN

  1. Ocean Gate (24.74%)
  2. Pt. Pleasant Beach (24.17%)
  3. Island Heights (24.13%)
  4. Seaside Park (22.71%)
  5. Brick (22.04%)
  6. Waretown (21.74%)
  7. Manahawkin (21.64%)
  8. Lanoka Harbor (21.51%)
  9. Barnegat Light (21.32%)
  10. Bayville (21.01%)

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