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Year Population 10 years earlier Current Total Population
1801 24,345 Show data context
1811 24,345 Show data context 27,353 Show data context
1821 27,353 Show data context 31,589 Show data context
1831 31,589 Show data context 36,440 Show data context
1841 36,440 Show data context 41,119 Show data context
1851 41,119 Show data context 45,631 Show data context
1861 45,631 Show data context 53,977 Show data context
1871 53,977 Show data context
1881 68,032 Show data context
1891 68,032 Show data context 81,810 Show data context
1901 81,810 Show data context
1911 110,165 Show data context
1921 110,165 Show data context 113,862 Show data context
1931 113,862 Show data context 122,487 Show data context
1941 122,487 Show data context
1951 155,988 Show data context
1961 155,988 Show data context 150,233 Show data context
1971 150,233 Show data context 172,584 Show data context
1981 172,584 Show data context 168,980 Show data context
1991 168,980 Show data context 186,860 Show data context
2001 186,860 Show data context 191,095 Show data context
2011 202,228 Show data context
Date: Source:
1801 - 2011 Census of Population

 

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