Males and Females

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Year Male Female
1801 50,757 Show data context 54,300 Show data context
1811 54,578 Show data context 59,076 Show data context
1821 64,922 Show data context 65,667 Show data context
1831 72,361 Show data context 72,643 Show data context
1841 77,959 Show data context 77,908 Show data context
1851 80,752 Show data context 79,139 Show data context
1861 82,731 Show data context 80,493 Show data context
1881 68,553 Show data context 68,229 Show data context
1891 61,661 Show data context 63,721 Show data context
1911 60,795 Show data context 60,459 Show data context
1921 60,224 Show data context 60,826 Show data context
1931 57,116 Show data context 57,254 Show data context
1951 55,321 Show data context 54,526 Show data context
1961 52,469 Show data context 51,991 Show data context
1971 50,419 Show data context 50,718 Show data context
1981 53,688 Show data context 54,321 Show data context
1991 58,505 Show data context 60,347 Show data context
2001 62,527 Show data context 63,899 Show data context
2011 65,683 Show data context 67,293 Show data context
Date: Source:
1801 - 2011 Census of Population

 

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Date accessed: 18th May 2021