Males and Females

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Year Male Female
1801 21,535 Show data context 22,946 Show data context
1811 22,832 Show data context 25,116 Show data context
1821 27,375 Show data context 29,037 Show data context
1831 29,996 Show data context 31,107 Show data context
1841 31,926 Show data context 33,267 Show data context
1851 33,980 Show data context 34,846 Show data context
1861 33,820 Show data context 35,248 Show data context
1881 29,232 Show data context 30,518 Show data context
1891 29,073 Show data context 29,914 Show data context
1911 28,026 Show data context 29,151 Show data context
1921 29,246 Show data context 29,224 Show data context
1931 31,301 Show data context 29,925 Show data context
1951 41,189 Show data context 38,946 Show data context
1961 46,021 Show data context 45,303 Show data context
1971 57,974 Show data context 56,838 Show data context
1981 62,862 Show data context 64,169 Show data context
1991 72,385 Show data context 73,576 Show data context
2001 82,344 Show data context 83,447 Show data context
2011 86,241 Show data context 87,896 Show data context
Date: Source:
1801 - 2011 Census of Population

 

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Date accessed: 21st June 2021