Males and Females

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Year Male Female
1801 22,242 Show data context 25,171 Show data context
1811 24,608 Show data context 28,052 Show data context
1821 28,925 Show data context 31,335 Show data context
1831 30,676 Show data context 32,793 Show data context
1841 32,361 Show data context 35,328 Show data context
1851 32,185 Show data context 35,236 Show data context
1861 30,904 Show data context 34,341 Show data context
1881 29,210 Show data context 31,361 Show data context
1891 29,208 Show data context 31,409 Show data context
1911 28,205 Show data context 30,415 Show data context
1921 27,753 Show data context 30,579 Show data context
1931 29,245 Show data context 31,358 Show data context
1951 33,189 Show data context 36,156 Show data context
1961 35,141 Show data context 38,141 Show data context
1971 32,216 Show data context 34,370 Show data context
1981 30,947 Show data context 33,395 Show data context
1991 37,455 Show data context 40,135 Show data context
2001 39,610 Show data context 42,298 Show data context
2011 40,116 Show data context 43,024 Show data context
Date: Source:
1801 - 2011 Census of Population

 

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Date accessed: 21st January 2020