Males and Females

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Year Male Female
1801 31,234 Show data context 33,473 Show data context
1811 36,524 Show data context 39,032 Show data context
1821 47,409 Show data context 48,548 Show data context
1831 55,994 Show data context 57,556 Show data context
1841 66,749 Show data context 68,152 Show data context
1851 71,455 Show data context 72,982 Show data context
1861 74,440 Show data context 78,890 Show data context
1881 93,994 Show data context 103,418 Show data context
1891 100,766 Show data context 113,201 Show data context
1911 103,057 Show data context 119,306 Show data context
1921 99,017 Show data context 117,752 Show data context
1931 98,203 Show data context 115,885 Show data context
1951 97,473 Show data context 113,046 Show data context
1961 95,688 Show data context 107,866 Show data context
1971 187,967 Show data context 205,876 Show data context
1981 90,680 Show data context 97,052 Show data context
1991 91,591 Show data context 99,126 Show data context
2001 93,025 Show data context 99,415 Show data context
2011 99,627 Show data context 104,199 Show data context
Date: Source:
1801 - 2011 Census of Population

 

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Date accessed: 26th May 2019