Males and Females

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Year Male Female
1801 11,671 Show data context 12,757 Show data context
1811 12,855 Show data context 14,211 Show data context
1821 15,288 Show data context 15,787 Show data context
1831 16,653 Show data context 16,954 Show data context
1841 18,659 Show data context 19,493 Show data context
1851 19,682 Show data context 20,081 Show data context
1861 19,500 Show data context 19,981 Show data context
1881 19,602 Show data context 20,350 Show data context
1891 21,611 Show data context 22,811 Show data context
1911 22,251 Show data context 24,495 Show data context
1921 23,662 Show data context 26,814 Show data context
1931 29,196 Show data context 32,441 Show data context
1951 42,709 Show data context 45,332 Show data context
1961 51,655 Show data context 55,894 Show data context
1971 62,653 Show data context 68,210 Show data context
1981 67,797 Show data context 72,905 Show data context
1991 77,108 Show data context 83,560 Show data context
2001 81,022 Show data context 88,315 Show data context
2011 84,784 Show data context 91,678 Show data context
Date: Source:
1801 - 2011 Census of Population

 

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Date accessed: 20th October 2020