Males and Females

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Year Male Female
1801 10,824 Show data context 11,273 Show data context
1811 12,822 Show data context 13,116 Show data context
1821 15,407 Show data context 16,209 Show data context
1831 17,205 Show data context 18,226 Show data context
1841 20,364 Show data context 22,186 Show data context
1851 24,882 Show data context 25,442 Show data context
1861 26,752 Show data context 28,610 Show data context
1881 34,932 Show data context 38,701 Show data context
1891 36,482 Show data context 42,190 Show data context
1911 41,399 Show data context 46,787 Show data context
1921 42,094 Show data context 52,572 Show data context
1931 40,374 Show data context 48,080 Show data context
1951 44,546 Show data context 51,079 Show data context
1961 44,561 Show data context 51,191 Show data context
1971 51,380 Show data context 58,130 Show data context
1981 52,497 Show data context 58,764 Show data context
1991 59,289 Show data context 65,313 Show data context
2001 63,719 Show data context 69,022 Show data context
2011 67,424 Show data context 70,841 Show data context
Date: Source:
1801 - 2011 Census of Population

 

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Date accessed: 22nd September 2020