Males and Females

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Year Male Female
1801 2,311 Show data context 2,411 Show data context
1811 2,445 Show data context 2,612 Show data context
1821 2,857 Show data context 2,917 Show data context
1831 3,188 Show data context 3,202 Show data context
1841 3,651 Show data context 3,522 Show data context
1851 4,315 Show data context 4,027 Show data context
1861 5,907 Show data context 5,347 Show data context
1881 20,593 Show data context 19,160 Show data context
1891 23,740 Show data context 21,421 Show data context
1911 36,723 Show data context 35,156 Show data context
1921 38,333 Show data context 38,018 Show data context
1931 40,982 Show data context 41,216 Show data context
1951 44,650 Show data context 45,767 Show data context
1961 45,198 Show data context 46,680 Show data context
1971 46,083 Show data context 48,246 Show data context
1981 45,904 Show data context 47,864 Show data context
1991 48,185 Show data context 51,174 Show data context
2001 48,244 Show data context 50,600 Show data context
2011 50,900 Show data context 52,888 Show data context
Date: Source:
1801 - 2011 Census of Population

 

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Date accessed: 26th August 2019