Males and Females

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Year Male Female
1801 23,709 Show data context 24,799 Show data context
1811 25,124 Show data context 26,657 Show data context
1821 30,308 Show data context 30,055 Show data context
1831 33,278 Show data context 33,088 Show data context
1841 33,892 Show data context 34,669 Show data context
1851 36,393 Show data context 36,476 Show data context
1861 34,335 Show data context 34,966 Show data context
1881 32,365 Show data context 32,828 Show data context
1891 31,562 Show data context 31,780 Show data context
1911 30,086 Show data context 29,674 Show data context
1921 28,004 Show data context 28,529 Show data context
1931 27,642 Show data context 27,019 Show data context
1951 34,222 Show data context 28,884 Show data context
1961 31,276 Show data context 30,659 Show data context
1971 37,797 Show data context 38,518 Show data context
1981 46,754 Show data context 48,216 Show data context
1991 52,581 Show data context 54,570 Show data context
2001 60,089 Show data context 61,338 Show data context
2011 64,566 Show data context 65,925 Show data context
Date: Source:
1801 - 2011 Census of Population

 

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Date accessed: 22nd October 2021