Males and Females

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Year Male Female
1801 51,013 Show data context 58,499 Show data context
1811 55,250 Show data context 63,885 Show data context
1821 65,476 Show data context 71,589 Show data context
1831 73,117 Show data context 78,582 Show data context
1841 80,056 Show data context 87,083 Show data context
1851 85,412 Show data context 90,603 Show data context
1861 88,425 Show data context 93,109 Show data context
1881 89,959 Show data context 93,853 Show data context
1891 91,692 Show data context 97,540 Show data context
1911 95,980 Show data context 94,573 Show data context
1921 91,872 Show data context 98,665 Show data context
1931 96,109 Show data context 101,622 Show data context
1951 115,044 Show data context 118,828 Show data context
1961 122,531 Show data context 131,075 Show data context
1971 140,791 Show data context 153,315 Show data context
1981 154,747 Show data context 167,852 Show data context
1991 173,189 Show data context 187,480 Show data context
2001 188,811 Show data context 202,187 Show data context
2011 201,271 Show data context 211,634 Show data context
Date: Source:
1801 - 2011 Census of Population

 

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Date accessed: 28th October 2021