Males and Females

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Year Male Female
1801 26,117 Show data context 31,587 Show data context
1811 27,549 Show data context 34,020 Show data context
1821 34,997 Show data context 39,891 Show data context
1831 38,659 Show data context 44,234 Show data context
1841 40,781 Show data context 48,285 Show data context
1851 44,048 Show data context 50,918 Show data context
1861 46,246 Show data context 50,924 Show data context
1881 43,518 Show data context 48,449 Show data context
1891 41,795 Show data context 47,539 Show data context
1911 43,907 Show data context 47,036 Show data context
1921 45,493 Show data context 47,466 Show data context
1931 43,267 Show data context 44,932 Show data context
1951 45,688 Show data context 46,615 Show data context
1961 47,345 Show data context 48,344 Show data context
1971 49,310 Show data context 51,223 Show data context
1981 51,341 Show data context 53,609 Show data context
1991 55,413 Show data context 58,680 Show data context
2001 55,048 Show data context 59,081 Show data context
2011 59,823 Show data context 62,616 Show data context
Date: Source:
1801 - 2011 Census of Population

 

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Date accessed: 20th May 2019