Males and Females

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Year Male Female
1801 12,778 Show data context 13,604 Show data context
1811 15,844 Show data context 17,232 Show data context
1821 21,287 Show data context 21,904 Show data context
1831 25,328 Show data context 26,062 Show data context
1841 30,272 Show data context 30,870 Show data context
1851 35,803 Show data context 37,142 Show data context
1861 43,614 Show data context 46,736 Show data context
1881 68,110 Show data context 75,833 Show data context
1891 78,478 Show data context 89,087 Show data context
1911 84,557 Show data context 97,168 Show data context
1921 78,756 Show data context 93,869 Show data context
1931 77,387 Show data context 90,944 Show data context
1951 69,844 Show data context 80,675 Show data context
1961 70,217 Show data context 78,330 Show data context
1971 72,555 Show data context 78,346 Show data context
1981 67,956 Show data context 71,479 Show data context
1991 66,302 Show data context 70,326 Show data context
2001 67,337 Show data context 70,181 Show data context
2011 73,547 Show data context 73,942 Show data context
Date: Source:
1801 - 2011 Census of Population

 

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Date accessed: 22nd September 2021