Males and Females

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Year Male Female
1801 4,182 Show data context 4,189 Show data context
1811 4,957 Show data context 5,062 Show data context
1821 5,735 Show data context 5,716 Show data context
1831 6,807 Show data context 6,767 Show data context
1841 7,716 Show data context 7,639 Show data context
1851 8,423 Show data context 8,306 Show data context
1861 9,175 Show data context 9,082 Show data context
1881 17,846 Show data context 15,812 Show data context
1891 22,703 Show data context 20,870 Show data context
1911 36,859 Show data context 35,042 Show data context
1921 40,508 Show data context 40,065 Show data context
1931 41,913 Show data context 41,266 Show data context
1951 46,952 Show data context 47,034 Show data context
1961 47,784 Show data context 48,370 Show data context
1971 49,746 Show data context 50,729 Show data context
1981 51,746 Show data context 53,050 Show data context
1991 53,110 Show data context 55,055 Show data context
2001 54,355 Show data context 57,007 Show data context
2011 58,665 Show data context 60,832 Show data context
Date: Source:
1801 - 2011 Census of Population

 

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Date accessed: 20th September 2019