Males and Females

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Year Male Female
1801 8,078 Show data context 9,825 Show data context
1811 9,615 Show data context 11,557 Show data context
1821 11,799 Show data context 13,553 Show data context
1831 14,909 Show data context 16,907 Show data context
1841 19,017 Show data context 20,517 Show data context
1851 23,492 Show data context 24,735 Show data context
1861 29,711 Show data context 30,389 Show data context
1881 55,335 Show data context 56,354 Show data context
1891 66,181 Show data context 66,752 Show data context
1911 89,759 Show data context 87,595 Show data context
1921 97,466 Show data context 98,281 Show data context
1931 101,486 Show data context 103,798 Show data context
1951 98,474 Show data context 104,197 Show data context
1961 102,100 Show data context 107,993 Show data context
1971 106,600 Show data context 113,282 Show data context
1981 105,757 Show data context 112,019 Show data context
1991 107,430 Show data context 115,729 Show data context
2001 108,065 Show data context 115,214 Show data context
2011 118,087 Show data context 120,936 Show data context
Date: Source:
1801 - 2011 Census of Population

 

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Date accessed: 08th July 2020