Males and Females

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Year Male Female
1801 7,663 Show data context 8,645 Show data context
1811 8,981 Show data context 10,339 Show data context
1821 11,745 Show data context 12,815 Show data context
1831 15,412 Show data context 16,792 Show data context
1841 20,519 Show data context 21,903 Show data context
1851 24,430 Show data context 26,682 Show data context
1861 27,883 Show data context 30,732 Show data context
1881 43,821 Show data context 44,917 Show data context
1891 52,281 Show data context 53,840 Show data context
1911 64,096 Show data context 67,837 Show data context
1921 67,628 Show data context 72,320 Show data context
1931 74,943 Show data context 80,199 Show data context
1951 88,065 Show data context 93,696 Show data context
1961 93,023 Show data context 96,461 Show data context
1971 105,248 Show data context 108,463 Show data context
1981 103,904 Show data context 106,837 Show data context
1991 106,833 Show data context 111,956 Show data context
2001 108,245 Show data context 113,464 Show data context
2011 123,046 Show data context 125,706 Show data context
Date: Source:
1801 - 2011 Census of Population

 

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Date accessed: 22nd January 2020