Males and Females

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Year Male Female
1801 10,967 Show data context 12,362 Show data context
1811 11,970 Show data context 13,984 Show data context
1821 14,408 Show data context 15,746 Show data context
1831 16,330 Show data context 17,529 Show data context
1841 18,493 Show data context 19,658 Show data context
1851 20,586 Show data context 21,643 Show data context
1861 21,822 Show data context 23,281 Show data context
1881 22,893 Show data context 25,051 Show data context
1891 26,314 Show data context 29,512 Show data context
1911 31,532 Show data context 35,601 Show data context
1921 32,314 Show data context 36,567 Show data context
1931 33,130 Show data context 37,015 Show data context
1951 46,021 Show data context 46,041 Show data context
1961 52,330 Show data context 53,494 Show data context
1971 62,412 Show data context 63,876 Show data context
1981 65,771 Show data context 66,595 Show data context
1991 65,716 Show data context 67,964 Show data context
2001 73,085 Show data context 74,861 Show data context
2011 77,312 Show data context 80,167 Show data context
Date: Source:
1801 - 2011 Census of Population

 

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Date accessed: 16th January 2019