Males and Females

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Year Male Female
1801 11,519 Show data context 11,988 Show data context
1811 12,683 Show data context 13,406 Show data context
1821 15,878 Show data context 15,925 Show data context
1831 18,453 Show data context 18,336 Show data context
1841 20,985 Show data context 20,692 Show data context
1851 23,682 Show data context 23,383 Show data context
1861 22,024 Show data context 22,502 Show data context
1881 20,238 Show data context 20,185 Show data context
1891 20,703 Show data context 20,305 Show data context
1911 21,317 Show data context 20,675 Show data context
1921 20,199 Show data context 20,231 Show data context
1931 21,290 Show data context 20,619 Show data context
1951 23,306 Show data context 22,660 Show data context
1961 22,424 Show data context 22,744 Show data context
1971 24,541 Show data context 24,983 Show data context
1981 26,042 Show data context 26,514 Show data context
1991 29,462 Show data context 30,453 Show data context
2001 36,178 Show data context 37,030 Show data context
2011 41,443 Show data context 42,375 Show data context
Date: Source:
1801 - 2011 Census of Population

 

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Date accessed: 18th September 2020