Males and Females

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Year Male Female
1801 4,825 Show data context 5,287 Show data context
1811 5,174 Show data context 5,723 Show data context
1821 6,198 Show data context 6,257 Show data context
1831 6,612 Show data context 6,779 Show data context
1841 8,703 Show data context 7,834 Show data context
1851 9,247 Show data context 9,186 Show data context
1861 10,090 Show data context 9,938 Show data context
1881 18,943 Show data context 17,489 Show data context
1891 25,172 Show data context 22,819 Show data context
1911 33,546 Show data context 32,966 Show data context
1921 35,773 Show data context 35,552 Show data context
1931 39,732 Show data context 38,690 Show data context
1951 45,383 Show data context 45,629 Show data context
1961 59,817 Show data context 60,066 Show data context
1971 69,262 Show data context 70,528 Show data context
1981 73,814 Show data context 75,299 Show data context
1991 84,552 Show data context 86,280 Show data context
2001 89,565 Show data context 90,482 Show data context
2011 104,618 Show data context 104,538 Show data context
Date: Source:
1801 - 2011 Census of Population

 

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Date accessed: 17th October 2019