Males and Females

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Year Male Female
1801 10,321 Show data context 10,277 Show data context
1811 11,555 Show data context 11,306 Show data context
1821 13,893 Show data context 12,978 Show data context
1831 15,524 Show data context 14,500 Show data context
1841 17,337 Show data context 16,521 Show data context
1851 18,051 Show data context 17,329 Show data context
1861 20,249 Show data context 20,042 Show data context
1881 17,829 Show data context 17,442 Show data context
1891 18,648 Show data context 18,333 Show data context
1911 21,738 Show data context 21,482 Show data context
1921 21,507 Show data context 22,614 Show data context
1931 22,143 Show data context 24,428 Show data context
1951 28,350 Show data context 32,535 Show data context
1961 32,182 Show data context 35,799 Show data context
1971 41,750 Show data context 44,825 Show data context
1981 47,630 Show data context 50,958 Show data context
1991 52,653 Show data context 55,927 Show data context
2001 59,292 Show data context 62,787 Show data context
2011 63,806 Show data context 67,495 Show data context
Date: Source:
1801 - 2011 Census of Population

 

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Date accessed: 13th July 2020