Males and Females

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Year Male Female
1801 17,905 Show data context 18,493 Show data context
1811 19,568 Show data context 20,802 Show data context
1821 23,409 Show data context 24,173 Show data context
1831 25,975 Show data context 26,412 Show data context
1841 28,710 Show data context 29,040 Show data context
1851 31,491 Show data context 31,673 Show data context
1861 31,322 Show data context 32,046 Show data context
1881 26,697 Show data context 27,781 Show data context
1891 25,361 Show data context 26,201 Show data context
1911 24,655 Show data context 25,112 Show data context
1921 23,603 Show data context 24,726 Show data context
1931 23,658 Show data context 24,297 Show data context
1951 30,736 Show data context 28,534 Show data context
1961 34,373 Show data context 32,193 Show data context
1971 48,050 Show data context 46,774 Show data context
1981 58,787 Show data context 59,382 Show data context
1991 71,011 Show data context 71,732 Show data context
2001 77,970 Show data context 78,944 Show data context
2011 84,532 Show data context 84,976 Show data context
Date: Source:
1801 - 2011 Census of Population

 

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Date accessed: 16th December 2019