Males and Females

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Year Male Female
1801 43,476 Show data context 51,463 Show data context
1811 57,226 Show data context 69,028 Show data context
1821 78,467 Show data context 90,222 Show data context
1831 106,496 Show data context 122,334 Show data context
1841 147,266 Show data context 161,009 Show data context
1851 185,631 Show data context 204,743 Show data context
1861 216,407 Show data context 242,674 Show data context
1881 308,064 Show data context 321,400 Show data context
1911 492,026 Show data context 512,242 Show data context
1921 512,298 Show data context 536,909 Show data context
1931 524,409 Show data context 563,674 Show data context
1951 510,762 Show data context 561,996 Show data context
1961 497,760 Show data context 540,627 Show data context
1971 424,451 Show data context 463,054 Show data context
1981 324,695 Show data context 360,448 Show data context
1991 283,766 Show data context 322,453 Show data context
2001 271,795 Show data context 304,907 Show data context
2011 286,076 Show data context 307,169 Show data context
Date: Source:
1801 - 2011 Census of Population

 

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Date accessed: 27th May 2019