Males and Females

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Year Male Female
1801 17,060 Show data context 17,419 Show data context
1811 18,435 Show data context 19,117 Show data context
1821 22,859 Show data context 22,715 Show data context
1831 25,425 Show data context 25,045 Show data context
1841 28,340 Show data context 28,351 Show data context
1851 31,953 Show data context 30,993 Show data context
1861 30,907 Show data context 30,470 Show data context
1881 29,884 Show data context 29,480 Show data context
1891 28,571 Show data context 28,471 Show data context
1911 27,053 Show data context 27,511 Show data context
1921 24,192 Show data context 24,961 Show data context
1931 25,376 Show data context 25,959 Show data context
1951 34,341 Show data context 33,279 Show data context
1961 37,411 Show data context 38,010 Show data context
1971 46,387 Show data context 47,573 Show data context
1981 51,761 Show data context 52,585 Show data context
1991 60,159 Show data context 60,907 Show data context
2001 64,450 Show data context 65,639 Show data context
2011 73,790 Show data context 74,965 Show data context
Date: Source:
1801 - 2011 Census of Population

 

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Date accessed: 17th August 2019