Males and Females

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Year Male Female
1801 5,596 Show data context 6,433 Show data context
1811 6,033 Show data context 6,626 Show data context
1821 6,935 Show data context 7,281 Show data context
1831 7,622 Show data context 7,962 Show data context
1841 8,462 Show data context 8,950 Show data context
1851 9,248 Show data context 9,601 Show data context
1861 9,306 Show data context 9,689 Show data context
1881 9,639 Show data context 9,857 Show data context
1891 10,699 Show data context 11,345 Show data context
1911 10,054 Show data context 10,483 Show data context
1921 9,846 Show data context 10,774 Show data context
1931 10,979 Show data context 11,941 Show data context
1951 13,209 Show data context 14,682 Show data context
1961 17,122 Show data context 18,864 Show data context
1971 24,806 Show data context 27,109 Show data context
1981 32,205 Show data context 34,758 Show data context
1991 37,868 Show data context 40,828 Show data context
2001 39,995 Show data context 43,823 Show data context
2011 41,990 Show data context 45,176 Show data context
Date: Source:
1801 - 2011 Census of Population

 

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Date accessed: 18th March 2019