Males and Females

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Year Male Female
1801 109,943 Show data context 112,503 Show data context
1811 126,255 Show data context 132,938 Show data context
1821 150,752 Show data context 152,189 Show data context
1831 168,476 Show data context 172,481 Show data context
1841 188,485 Show data context 193,637 Show data context
1851 204,964 Show data context 207,452 Show data context
1861 230,029 Show data context 229,755 Show data context
1881 277,148 Show data context 283,764 Show data context
1891 299,937 Show data context 313,760 Show data context
1911 354,159 Show data context 377,157 Show data context
1921 376,335 Show data context 423,007 Show data context
1931 390,443 Show data context 428,419 Show data context
1951 442,106 Show data context 493,055 Show data context
1961 480,610 Show data context 531,176 Show data context
1971 576,593 Show data context 628,422 Show data context
1981 576,455 Show data context 616,546 Show data context
1991 613,569 Show data context 657,785 Show data context
2001 643,876 Show data context 685,875 Show data context
2011 715,613 Show data context 748,127 Show data context
Date: Source:
1801 - 2011 Census of Population

 

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Date accessed: 27th September 2021