Males and Females

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Year Male Female
1801 9,399 Show data context 10,868 Show data context
1811 10,778 Show data context 12,274 Show data context
1821 12,345 Show data context 13,566 Show data context
1831 14,078 Show data context 15,548 Show data context
1841 15,652 Show data context 16,999 Show data context
1851 18,579 Show data context 19,988 Show data context
1861 19,671 Show data context 21,149 Show data context
1881 37,774 Show data context 38,470 Show data context
1891 39,955 Show data context 41,852 Show data context
1911 49,189 Show data context 51,363 Show data context
1921 50,582 Show data context 53,666 Show data context
1931 54,509 Show data context 57,803 Show data context
1951 65,750 Show data context 69,383 Show data context
1961 68,997 Show data context 74,823 Show data context
1971 128,723 Show data context 140,576 Show data context
1981 74,789 Show data context 80,196 Show data context
1991 78,822 Show data context 85,461 Show data context
2001 87,158 Show data context 93,963 Show data context
2011 96,254 Show data context 101,797 Show data context
Date: Source:
1801 - 2011 Census of Population

 

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Date accessed: 24th July 2019