Males and Females

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Year Male Female
1801 24,198 Show data context 27,649 Show data context
1811 26,490 Show data context 30,739 Show data context
1821 31,507 Show data context 34,666 Show data context
1831 35,377 Show data context 38,262 Show data context
1841 38,935 Show data context 42,719 Show data context
1851 41,423 Show data context 44,238 Show data context
1861 43,091 Show data context 45,485 Show data context
1881 34,904 Show data context 37,321 Show data context
1891 33,257 Show data context 36,264 Show data context
1911 31,893 Show data context 33,856 Show data context
1921 29,790 Show data context 33,736 Show data context
1931 30,591 Show data context 33,600 Show data context
1951 36,373 Show data context 39,153 Show data context
1961 37,266 Show data context 40,466 Show data context
1971 39,396 Show data context 43,556 Show data context
1981 35,875 Show data context 38,973 Show data context
1991 40,635 Show data context 44,843 Show data context
2001 44,093 Show data context 48,276 Show data context
2011 47,731 Show data context 51,533 Show data context
Date: Source:
1801 - 2011 Census of Population

 

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Date accessed: 15th November 2019