Males and Females

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Year Male Female
1801 34,594 Show data context 40,171 Show data context
1811 35,979 Show data context 43,641 Show data context
1821 39,321 Show data context 45,533 Show data context
1831 45,586 Show data context 51,722 Show data context
1841 52,981 Show data context 60,201 Show data context
1851 58,379 Show data context 67,306 Show data context
1861 50,714 Show data context 59,792 Show data context
1881 57,263 Show data context 65,980 Show data context
1911 51,981 Show data context 61,103 Show data context
1921 46,838 Show data context 55,282 Show data context
1931 43,531 Show data context 50,641 Show data context
1951 45,507 Show data context 51,868 Show data context
1961 46,800 Show data context 52,412 Show data context
1971 48,229 Show data context 52,971 Show data context
1981 60,166 Show data context 63,948 Show data context
1991 53,825 Show data context 57,560 Show data context
2001 52,510 Show data context 55,999 Show data context
2011 56,206 Show data context 59,772 Show data context
Date: Source:
1801 - 2011 Census of Population

 

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Date accessed: 23rd October 2019