Males and Females

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Year Male Female
1801 11,680 Show data context 13,297 Show data context
1811 13,093 Show data context 14,365 Show data context
1821 15,663 Show data context 16,458 Show data context
1831 17,246 Show data context 18,274 Show data context
1841 20,278 Show data context 20,222 Show data context
1851 19,831 Show data context 20,877 Show data context
1861 22,296 Show data context 22,553 Show data context
1881 23,772 Show data context 24,644 Show data context
1891 25,262 Show data context 26,117 Show data context
1911 27,989 Show data context 31,427 Show data context
1921 29,891 Show data context 35,721 Show data context
1931 32,538 Show data context 37,792 Show data context
1951 37,588 Show data context 44,434 Show data context
1961 41,598 Show data context 49,289 Show data context
1971 50,924 Show data context 58,730 Show data context
1981 52,479 Show data context 58,883 Show data context
1991 58,458 Show data context 65,470 Show data context
2001 64,119 Show data context 71,190 Show data context
2011 72,638 Show data context 78,507 Show data context
Date: Source:
1801 - 2011 Census of Population

 

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Date accessed: 16th October 2019