Males and Females

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Year Male Female
1801 28,537 Show data context 31,725 Show data context
1811 30,656 Show data context 34,403 Show data context
1821 36,281 Show data context 38,295 Show data context
1831 41,721 Show data context 43,451 Show data context
1841 44,270 Show data context 46,990 Show data context
1851 44,207 Show data context 47,679 Show data context
1861 43,297 Show data context 47,567 Show data context
1881 41,363 Show data context 45,897 Show data context
1891 40,056 Show data context 45,595 Show data context
1911 40,037 Show data context 44,031 Show data context
1921 39,039 Show data context 43,318 Show data context
1931 41,059 Show data context 44,355 Show data context
1951 48,351 Show data context 50,669 Show data context
1961 50,684 Show data context 53,628 Show data context
1971 55,238 Show data context 58,883 Show data context
1981 61,973 Show data context 65,261 Show data context
1991 68,920 Show data context 72,752 Show data context
2001 73,807 Show data context 77,168 Show data context
2011 79,106 Show data context 82,137 Show data context
Date: Source:
1801 - 2011 Census of Population

 

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Date accessed: 16th December 2019