Males and Females

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Year Male Female
1801 2,973 Show data context 2,883 Show data context
1811 3,296 Show data context 3,227 Show data context
1821 3,827 Show data context 3,628 Show data context
1831 4,178 Show data context 4,113 Show data context
1841 5,274 Show data context 4,747 Show data context
1851 5,302 Show data context 5,098 Show data context
1861 7,040 Show data context 7,031 Show data context
1881 13,405 Show data context 14,929 Show data context
1891 15,915 Show data context 18,534 Show data context
1911 22,473 Show data context 26,517 Show data context
1921 22,663 Show data context 28,558 Show data context
1931 28,319 Show data context 34,280 Show data context
1951 44,327 Show data context 53,335 Show data context
1961 56,421 Show data context 64,061 Show data context
1971 49,358 Show data context 54,226 Show data context
1981 53,924 Show data context 57,741 Show data context
1991 57,094 Show data context 60,995 Show data context
2001 62,089 Show data context 64,477 Show data context
2011 67,422 Show data context 70,413 Show data context
Date: Source:
1801 - 2011 Census of Population

 

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Date accessed: 18th November 2019