Males and Females

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Year Male Female
1801 1,847 Show data context 1,945 Show data context
1811 1,962 Show data context 2,107 Show data context
1821 2,333 Show data context 2,305 Show data context
1831 2,597 Show data context 2,530 Show data context
1841 2,717 Show data context 2,704 Show data context
1851 2,892 Show data context 2,829 Show data context
1861 3,204 Show data context 3,136 Show data context
1881 14,137 Show data context 12,462 Show data context
1891 15,959 Show data context 14,364 Show data context
1911 20,973 Show data context 18,509 Show data context
1921 23,266 Show data context 20,970 Show data context
1931 24,764 Show data context 22,191 Show data context
1951 31,584 Show data context 27,176 Show data context
1961 34,241 Show data context 33,864 Show data context
1971 39,134 Show data context 38,931 Show data context
1981 42,063 Show data context 42,248 Show data context
1991 44,090 Show data context 44,746 Show data context
2001 45,375 Show data context 46,730 Show data context
2011 48,126 Show data context 49,336 Show data context
Date: Source:
1801 - 2011 Census of Population

 

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Date accessed: 22nd May 2019