Males and Females

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Year Male Female
1801 9,776 Show data context 10,007 Show data context
1811 11,679 Show data context 12,200 Show data context
1821 14,622 Show data context 14,651 Show data context
1831 15,906 Show data context 15,987 Show data context
1841 18,355 Show data context 17,637 Show data context
1851 17,701 Show data context 17,462 Show data context
1861 19,163 Show data context 19,810 Show data context
1881 20,779 Show data context 22,138 Show data context
1891 23,580 Show data context 25,713 Show data context
1911 29,485 Show data context 32,383 Show data context
1921 29,156 Show data context 33,009 Show data context
1931 29,363 Show data context 32,922 Show data context
1951 32,397 Show data context 35,024 Show data context
1961 32,803 Show data context 35,001 Show data context
1971 38,542 Show data context 40,728 Show data context
1981 43,494 Show data context 45,022 Show data context
1991 47,388 Show data context 49,120 Show data context
2001 49,992 Show data context 50,480 Show data context
2011 53,708 Show data context 53,447 Show data context
Date: Source:
1801 - 2011 Census of Population

 

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Date accessed: 18th May 2021