Total Population

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Year Population 10 years earlier Current Total Population
1801 4,409 Show data context
1811 4,409 Show data context 5,121 Show data context
1821 5,121 Show data context 5,655 Show data context
1831 5,655 Show data context 6,583 Show data context
1841 6,583 Show data context 6,925 Show data context
1851 6,925 Show data context 7,315 Show data context
1861 7,315 Show data context 8,332 Show data context
1871 8,332 Show data context
1881 13,840 Show data context
1891 13,840 Show data context 15,466 Show data context
1901 15,466 Show data context
1911 22,975 Show data context
1921 22,975 Show data context 26,235 Show data context
1931 26,235 Show data context 33,566 Show data context
1941 33,566 Show data context
1951 59,249 Show data context
1961 59,249 Show data context 75,054 Show data context
1971 75,054 Show data context 86,451 Show data context
1981 86,451 Show data context 87,803 Show data context
1991 87,803 Show data context 86,524 Show data context
2001 86,524 Show data context 90,375 Show data context
2011 95,598 Show data context
Date: Source:
1801 - 2011 Census of Population

 

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Date accessed: 16th December 2017