Males and Females

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Year Male Female
1801 11,878 Show data context 12,860 Show data context
1811 13,366 Show data context 14,606 Show data context
1821 16,048 Show data context 16,948 Show data context
1831 18,145 Show data context 19,031 Show data context
1841 18,444 Show data context 19,516 Show data context
1851 19,920 Show data context 20,424 Show data context
1861 22,127 Show data context 22,648 Show data context
1881 29,559 Show data context 29,359 Show data context
1891 34,467 Show data context 33,883 Show data context
1911 61,001 Show data context 56,463 Show data context
1921 78,080 Show data context 74,092 Show data context
1931 114,284 Show data context 106,492 Show data context
1951 125,955 Show data context 124,145 Show data context
1961 136,671 Show data context 134,161 Show data context
1971 279,144 Show data context 281,903 Show data context
1981 139,067 Show data context 142,003 Show data context
1991 139,675 Show data context 145,870 Show data context
2001 140,109 Show data context 146,764 Show data context
2011 149,230 Show data context 153,172 Show data context
Date: Source:
1801 - 2011 Census of Population

 

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Date accessed: 27th May 2019