Males and Females

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Year Male Female
1801 12,604 Show data context 12,407 Show data context
1811 14,747 Show data context 15,041 Show data context
1821 17,601 Show data context 17,432 Show data context
1831 19,375 Show data context 19,352 Show data context
1841 22,802 Show data context 22,545 Show data context
1851 23,187 Show data context 23,113 Show data context
1861 25,954 Show data context 25,236 Show data context
1881 33,359 Show data context 32,266 Show data context
1891 36,552 Show data context 35,662 Show data context
1911 45,335 Show data context 44,090 Show data context
1921 47,091 Show data context 47,715 Show data context
1931 50,493 Show data context 51,178 Show data context
1951 52,907 Show data context 54,675 Show data context
1961 54,148 Show data context 55,920 Show data context
1971 53,355 Show data context 55,044 Show data context
1981 54,532 Show data context 55,920 Show data context
1991 55,635 Show data context 57,586 Show data context
2001 57,054 Show data context 59,386 Show data context
2011 60,192 Show data context 62,117 Show data context
Date: Source:
1801 - 2011 Census of Population

 

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Date accessed: 26th May 2019