Males and Females

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Year Male Female
1801 8,784 Show data context 8,676 Show data context
1811 9,305 Show data context 9,197 Show data context
1821 10,731 Show data context 10,283 Show data context
1831 11,488 Show data context 11,203 Show data context
1841 12,495 Show data context 12,131 Show data context
1851 13,230 Show data context 12,789 Show data context
1861 14,816 Show data context 13,641 Show data context
1881 14,755 Show data context 14,867 Show data context
1891 15,238 Show data context 15,542 Show data context
1911 24,221 Show data context 20,333 Show data context
1921 20,496 Show data context 21,640 Show data context
1931 24,519 Show data context 24,159 Show data context
1951 30,262 Show data context 29,798 Show data context
1961 30,653 Show data context 31,965 Show data context
1971 38,390 Show data context 40,289 Show data context
1981 42,707 Show data context 44,255 Show data context
1991 50,714 Show data context 52,655 Show data context
2001 53,728 Show data context 55,525 Show data context
2011 56,237 Show data context 59,371 Show data context
Date: Source:
1801 - 2011 Census of Population

 

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Date accessed: 18th July 2019