Males and Females

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Year Male Female
1801 3,730 Show data context 4,503 Show data context
1811 3,681 Show data context 4,856 Show data context
1821 4,999 Show data context 5,769 Show data context
1831 5,978 Show data context 6,673 Show data context
1841 5,830 Show data context 6,498 Show data context
1851 6,524 Show data context 7,153 Show data context
1861 6,429 Show data context 7,035 Show data context
1881 9,528 Show data context 10,172 Show data context
1891 11,793 Show data context 11,962 Show data context
1911 25,808 Show data context 24,729 Show data context
1921 29,169 Show data context 29,393 Show data context
1931 31,394 Show data context 31,487 Show data context
1951 37,863 Show data context 37,892 Show data context
1961 43,228 Show data context 43,388 Show data context
1971 51,530 Show data context 51,673 Show data context
1981 55,705 Show data context 56,242 Show data context
1991 57,848 Show data context 59,159 Show data context
2001 58,511 Show data context 60,615 Show data context
2011 61,441 Show data context 63,811 Show data context
Date: Source:
1801 - 2011 Census of Population

 

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Date accessed: 19th July 2019