Males and Females

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Year Male Female
1801 17,955 Show data context 18,989 Show data context
1811 18,907 Show data context 20,069 Show data context
1821 22,069 Show data context 22,178 Show data context
1831 24,774 Show data context 24,956 Show data context
1841 26,391 Show data context 26,939 Show data context
1851 27,654 Show data context 27,810 Show data context
1861 27,626 Show data context 28,491 Show data context
1881 25,252 Show data context 25,135 Show data context
1891 26,192 Show data context 26,273 Show data context
1911 25,710 Show data context 26,511 Show data context
1921 26,056 Show data context 26,424 Show data context
1931 27,311 Show data context 28,300 Show data context
1951 38,822 Show data context 39,370 Show data context
1961 45,432 Show data context 46,580 Show data context
1971 60,364 Show data context 61,587 Show data context
1981 57,577 Show data context 58,731 Show data context
1991 58,896 Show data context 60,674 Show data context
2001 63,243 Show data context 65,032 Show data context
2011 66,005 Show data context 68,252 Show data context
Date: Source:
1801 - 2011 Census of Population

 

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Date accessed: 02nd December 2020