Males and Females

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Year Male Female
1801 15,207 Show data context 15,712 Show data context
1811 16,732 Show data context 17,581 Show data context
1821 19,207 Show data context 19,727 Show data context
1831 20,378 Show data context 20,997 Show data context
1841 22,730 Show data context 23,041 Show data context
1851 24,071 Show data context 24,194 Show data context
1861 25,558 Show data context 25,846 Show data context
1881 17,483 Show data context 17,153 Show data context
1891 17,388 Show data context 17,004 Show data context
1911 19,357 Show data context 18,771 Show data context
1921 20,976 Show data context 20,691 Show data context
1931 21,289 Show data context 20,717 Show data context
1951 23,029 Show data context 22,592 Show data context
1961 22,715 Show data context 22,553 Show data context
1971 50,173 Show data context 50,211 Show data context
1981 29,703 Show data context 29,936 Show data context
1991 35,470 Show data context 36,165 Show data context
2001 37,415 Show data context 39,074 Show data context
2011 40,947 Show data context 42,502 Show data context
Date: Source:
1801 - 2011 Census of Population

 

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Date accessed: 27th May 2019