Males and Females

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Year Male Female
1801 41,034 Show data context 41,233 Show data context
1811 45,300 Show data context 45,709 Show data context
1821 52,963 Show data context 51,860 Show data context
1831 59,414 Show data context 58,694 Show data context
1841 70,072 Show data context 66,630 Show data context
1851 71,890 Show data context 70,199 Show data context
1861 95,199 Show data context 87,487 Show data context
1881 113,560 Show data context 116,326 Show data context
1891 141,050 Show data context 141,417 Show data context
1911 187,348 Show data context 207,151 Show data context
1921 196,940 Show data context 227,138 Show data context
1931 238,902 Show data context 272,677 Show data context
1951 354,254 Show data context 402,567 Show data context
1961 429,061 Show data context 475,754 Show data context
1971 472,803 Show data context 508,437 Show data context
1981 468,396 Show data context 495,120 Show data context
1991 493,345 Show data context 521,010 Show data context
2001 516,480 Show data context 542,599 Show data context
2011 554,665 Show data context 577,725 Show data context
Date: Source:
1801 - 2011 Census of Population

 

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Date accessed: 10th August 2020