Total Population

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Year Population 10 years earlier Current Total Population
1801 163,310 Show data context
1811 163,310 Show data context 192,283 Show data context
1821 192,283 Show data context 236,724 Show data context
1831 236,724 Show data context 261,710 Show data context
1841 261,710 Show data context 289,925 Show data context
1851 289,925 Show data context 313,957 Show data context
1861 313,957 Show data context 419,412 Show data context
1871 419,412 Show data context 524,869 Show data context
1881 524,869 Show data context 630,323 Show data context
1891 630,323 Show data context 736,233 Show data context
1901 736,233 Show data context 798,545 Show data context
1911 798,545 Show data context 873,210 Show data context
1921 873,210 Show data context 886,114 Show data context
1931 886,114 Show data context 902,965 Show data context
1941 902,965 Show data context 922,812 Show data context
1951 922,812 Show data context 948,592 Show data context
1961 948,592 Show data context 991,648 Show data context
1971 991,648 Show data context 1,049,013 Show data context
1981 1,049,013 Show data context 1,076,146 Show data context
1991 1,076,146 Show data context 1,122,097 Show data context
2001 1,122,097 Show data context 1,134,976 Show data context
Date: Source:
1801 - 2001 Census of Population

 

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Date accessed: 16th September 2014