Males and Females

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Year Male Female
1801 10,579 Show data context 13,390 Show data context
1811 13,075 Show data context 15,562 Show data context
1821 16,557 Show data context 17,791 Show data context
1831 15,324 Show data context 17,796 Show data context
1841 16,369 Show data context 18,679 Show data context
1851 20,001 Show data context 21,072 Show data context
1861 22,165 Show data context 22,913 Show data context
1881 36,106 Show data context 34,621 Show data context
1891 35,855 Show data context 35,825 Show data context
1911 34,825 Show data context 35,011 Show data context
1921 36,034 Show data context 36,090 Show data context
1931 32,992 Show data context 33,308 Show data context
1951 33,398 Show data context 33,389 Show data context
1961 36,790 Show data context 36,708 Show data context
1971 35,739 Show data context 36,200 Show data context
1981 35,031 Show data context 35,512 Show data context
1991 35,195 Show data context 36,101 Show data context
2001 34,552 Show data context 34,768 Show data context
2011 35,476 Show data context 35,127 Show data context
Date: Source:
1801 - 2011 Census of Population

 

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Date accessed: 07th December 2019