Males and Females

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Year Male Female
1801 44,306 Show data context 52,315 Show data context
1811 47,534 Show data context 57,084 Show data context
1821 54,927 Show data context 62,891 Show data context
1831 62,105 Show data context 69,935 Show data context
1841 66,792 Show data context 76,029 Show data context
1851 74,097 Show data context 81,723 Show data context
1861 72,455 Show data context 81,993 Show data context
1881 80,730 Show data context 90,901 Show data context
1911 132,189 Show data context 135,678 Show data context
1921 142,987 Show data context 149,723 Show data context
1931 134,413 Show data context 141,772 Show data context
1951 150,043 Show data context 156,587 Show data context
1961 155,780 Show data context 164,724 Show data context
1971 158,306 Show data context 168,655 Show data context
1981 155,204 Show data context 164,958 Show data context
1991 164,489 Show data context 176,742 Show data context
2001 167,593 Show data context 181,762 Show data context
2011 176,943 Show data context 188,255 Show data context
Date: Source:
1801 - 2011 Census of Population

 

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Date accessed: 27th May 2019