Males and Females

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Year Male Female
1801 23,286 Show data context 26,293 Show data context
1811 24,422 Show data context 28,337 Show data context
1821 31,784 Show data context 34,042 Show data context
1831 34,418 Show data context 36,707 Show data context
1841 32,786 Show data context 35,172 Show data context
1851 31,596 Show data context 34,060 Show data context
1861 30,419 Show data context 33,668 Show data context
1881 30,922 Show data context 35,002 Show data context
1891 31,253 Show data context 36,069 Show data context
1911 30,485 Show data context 34,825 Show data context
1921 30,590 Show data context 35,424 Show data context
1931 30,247 Show data context 34,544 Show data context
1951 37,855 Show data context 41,122 Show data context
1961 40,563 Show data context 42,587 Show data context
1971 44,813 Show data context 46,975 Show data context
1981 48,385 Show data context 50,537 Show data context
1991 50,498 Show data context 53,151 Show data context
2001 52,920 Show data context 55,023 Show data context
2011 55,514 Show data context 57,265 Show data context
Date: Source:
1801 - 2011 Census of Population

 

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Date accessed: 24th March 2019