Males and Females

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Year Male Female
1801 15,762 Show data context 18,700 Show data context
1811 16,280 Show data context 19,359 Show data context
1821 19,715 Show data context 21,653 Show data context
1831 18,993 Show data context 22,205 Show data context
1841 20,391 Show data context 23,447 Show data context
1851 23,200 Show data context 25,682 Show data context
1861 28,372 Show data context 30,845 Show data context
1881 31,819 Show data context 35,467 Show data context
1891 32,994 Show data context 39,387 Show data context
1911 33,525 Show data context 41,288 Show data context
1921 38,004 Show data context 50,073 Show data context
1931 36,093 Show data context 45,275 Show data context
1951 40,290 Show data context 49,263 Show data context
1961 39,930 Show data context 48,425 Show data context
1971 44,964 Show data context 52,762 Show data context
1981 45,177 Show data context 51,169 Show data context
1991 49,915 Show data context 56,329 Show data context
2001 50,381 Show data context 55,878 Show data context
2011 52,570 Show data context 56,223 Show data context
Date: Source:
1801 - 2011 Census of Population

 

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Date accessed: 01st December 2021