Males and Females

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Year Male Female
1801 11,994 Show data context 12,573 Show data context
1811 12,416 Show data context 13,228 Show data context
1821 14,640 Show data context 15,114 Show data context
1831 15,870 Show data context 16,321 Show data context
1841 16,960 Show data context 16,966 Show data context
1851 17,551 Show data context 17,496 Show data context
1861 17,787 Show data context 17,728 Show data context
1881 22,203 Show data context 23,628 Show data context
1891 21,027 Show data context 22,862 Show data context
1911 22,975 Show data context 25,800 Show data context
1921 25,791 Show data context 31,248 Show data context
1931 25,917 Show data context 30,493 Show data context
1951 32,706 Show data context 36,847 Show data context
1961 34,307 Show data context 39,094 Show data context
1971 36,611 Show data context 42,298 Show data context
1981 38,540 Show data context 42,887 Show data context
1991 42,760 Show data context 47,507 Show data context
2001 44,540 Show data context 48,499 Show data context
2011 45,987 Show data context 47,747 Show data context
Date: Source:
1801 - 2011 Census of Population

 

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Date accessed: 22nd May 2019