Males and Females

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Year Male Female
1801 98,624 Show data context 103,787 Show data context
1811 118,533 Show data context 124,840 Show data context
1821 151,704 Show data context 153,613 Show data context
1831 171,363 Show data context 176,223 Show data context
1841 201,584 Show data context 203,934 Show data context
1851 227,952 Show data context 232,427 Show data context
1861 264,647 Show data context 280,105 Show data context
1881 303,768 Show data context 327,024 Show data context
1891 351,642 Show data context 385,318 Show data context
1911 418,091 Show data context 461,628 Show data context
1921 417,807 Show data context 475,561 Show data context
1931 425,433 Show data context 480,411 Show data context
1951 452,228 Show data context 501,504 Show data context
1961 462,596 Show data context 507,494 Show data context
1971 521,815 Show data context 562,903 Show data context
1981 517,976 Show data context 552,665 Show data context
1991 534,963 Show data context 574,267 Show data context
2001 550,609 Show data context 584,461 Show data context
2011 575,146 Show data context 596,193 Show data context
Date: Source:
1801 - 2011 Census of Population

 

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Date accessed: 07th December 2019