Males and Females

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Year Male Female
1801 15,105 Show data context 15,682 Show data context
1811 17,420 Show data context 18,286 Show data context
1821 21,026 Show data context 21,073 Show data context
1831 23,994 Show data context 24,192 Show data context
1841 26,510 Show data context 26,900 Show data context
1851 27,932 Show data context 27,454 Show data context
1861 31,341 Show data context 31,512 Show data context
1881 38,622 Show data context 39,636 Show data context
1891 41,534 Show data context 43,072 Show data context
1911 31,983 Show data context 33,188 Show data context
1921 33,258 Show data context 35,180 Show data context
1931 35,136 Show data context 37,059 Show data context
1951 39,880 Show data context 41,781 Show data context
1961 44,003 Show data context 44,798 Show data context
1971 48,076 Show data context 49,017 Show data context
1981 46,624 Show data context 47,393 Show data context
1991 47,167 Show data context 48,275 Show data context
2001 46,482 Show data context 47,991 Show data context
2011 47,790 Show data context 49,316 Show data context
Date: Source:
1801 - 2011 Census of Population

 

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Date accessed: 13th July 2020