Males and Females

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Year Male Female
1801 16,779 Show data context 18,748 Show data context
1811 19,686 Show data context 22,095 Show data context
1821 22,997 Show data context 24,916 Show data context
1831 26,821 Show data context 28,737 Show data context
1841 30,671 Show data context 33,068 Show data context
1851 32,142 Show data context 35,696 Show data context
1861 34,217 Show data context 38,861 Show data context
1881 26,356 Show data context 27,015 Show data context
1891 27,511 Show data context 28,668 Show data context
1911 32,353 Show data context 33,904 Show data context
1921 33,402 Show data context 35,316 Show data context
1931 38,561 Show data context 40,585 Show data context
1951 55,011 Show data context 57,321 Show data context
1961 70,243 Show data context 71,705 Show data context
1971 93,805 Show data context 95,347 Show data context
1981 98,558 Show data context 100,114 Show data context
1991 108,819 Show data context 111,466 Show data context
2001 121,411 Show data context 124,209 Show data context
2011 130,424 Show data context 132,343 Show data context
Date: Source:
1801 - 2011 Census of Population

 

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Date accessed: 11th July 2020