Males and Females

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Year Male Female
1801 8,362 Show data context 11,265 Show data context
1811 9,053 Show data context 12,256 Show data context
1821 11,685 Show data context 14,600 Show data context
1831 14,226 Show data context 17,225 Show data context
1841 15,525 Show data context 19,372 Show data context
1851 16,189 Show data context 20,347 Show data context
1861 16,740 Show data context 20,678 Show data context
1881 21,961 Show data context 26,955 Show data context
1891 23,783 Show data context 28,851 Show data context
1911 28,782 Show data context 33,636 Show data context
1921 29,145 Show data context 34,365 Show data context
1931 33,048 Show data context 37,488 Show data context
1951 36,269 Show data context 42,038 Show data context
1961 39,609 Show data context 44,285 Show data context
1971 44,187 Show data context 48,426 Show data context
1981 42,745 Show data context 46,909 Show data context
1991 46,727 Show data context 51,391 Show data context
2001 53,930 Show data context 57,141 Show data context
2011 57,211 Show data context 60,562 Show data context
Date: Source:
1801 - 2011 Census of Population

 

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Date accessed: 31st May 2020