Males and Females

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Year Male Female
1801 20,589 Show data context 22,403 Show data context
1811 20,325 Show data context 22,380 Show data context
1821 24,686 Show data context 25,596 Show data context
1831 27,622 Show data context 28,237 Show data context
1841 29,425 Show data context 30,675 Show data context
1851 31,529 Show data context 32,631 Show data context
1861 30,520 Show data context 32,614 Show data context
1881 26,644 Show data context 29,447 Show data context
1891 26,231 Show data context 28,915 Show data context
1911 25,851 Show data context 27,221 Show data context
1921 25,407 Show data context 27,302 Show data context
1931 28,271 Show data context 29,779 Show data context
1951 32,876 Show data context 34,631 Show data context
1961 36,643 Show data context 37,899 Show data context
1971 45,883 Show data context 47,464 Show data context
1981 54,294 Show data context 55,368 Show data context
1991 58,432 Show data context 60,457 Show data context
2001 65,069 Show data context 67,120 Show data context
2011 72,137 Show data context 74,947 Show data context
Date: Source:
1801 - 2011 Census of Population

 

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Date accessed: 20th October 2020