Males and Females

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Year Male Female
1801 4,466 Show data context 5,589 Show data context
1811 5,385 Show data context 6,655 Show data context
1821 7,428 Show data context 8,915 Show data context
1831 10,168 Show data context 12,217 Show data context
1841 15,486 Show data context 16,551 Show data context
1851 18,856 Show data context 21,395 Show data context
1861 25,018 Show data context 28,026 Show data context
1881 36,807 Show data context 41,273 Show data context
1891 40,469 Show data context 44,961 Show data context
1911 70,080 Show data context 74,482 Show data context
1921 78,683 Show data context 83,449 Show data context
1931 86,122 Show data context 91,104 Show data context
1951 89,189 Show data context 95,302 Show data context
1961 98,510 Show data context 104,548 Show data context
1971 103,782 Show data context 107,575 Show data context
1981 97,314 Show data context 101,538 Show data context
1991 96,395 Show data context 100,432 Show data context
2001 108,780 Show data context 108,653 Show data context
2011 119,453 Show data context 117,429 Show data context
Date: Source:
1801 - 2011 Census of Population

 

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Date accessed: 23rd July 2019