Total Population

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Year Population 10 years earlier Current Total Population
1801 19,783 Show data context
1811 19,783 Show data context 23,879 Show data context
1821 23,879 Show data context 29,273 Show data context
1831 29,273 Show data context 31,893 Show data context
1841 31,893 Show data context 35,992 Show data context
1851 35,992 Show data context 35,163 Show data context
1861 35,163 Show data context 38,973 Show data context
1871 38,973 Show data context
1881 42,917 Show data context
1891 42,917 Show data context 49,293 Show data context
1901 49,293 Show data context
1911 61,868 Show data context
1921 61,868 Show data context 62,165 Show data context
1931 62,165 Show data context 62,285 Show data context
1941 62,285 Show data context
1951 67,421 Show data context
1961 67,421 Show data context 67,804 Show data context
1971 67,804 Show data context 79,270 Show data context
1981 79,270 Show data context 88,516 Show data context
1991 88,516 Show data context 96,508 Show data context
2001 96,508 Show data context 100,472 Show data context
2011 107,155 Show data context
Date: Source:
1801 - 2011 Census of Population

 

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Date accessed: 19th October 2017