Males and Females

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Year Male Female
1801 23,162 Show data context 24,933 Show data context
1811 24,886 Show data context 26,696 Show data context
1821 29,114 Show data context 29,987 Show data context
1831 32,521 Show data context 33,248 Show data context
1841 35,268 Show data context 36,543 Show data context
1851 36,642 Show data context 37,965 Show data context
1861 36,427 Show data context 38,210 Show data context
1881 30,439 Show data context 30,506 Show data context
1891 28,421 Show data context 29,217 Show data context
1911 27,126 Show data context 27,865 Show data context
1921 24,801 Show data context 26,814 Show data context
1931 24,795 Show data context 26,501 Show data context
1951 32,397 Show data context 32,975 Show data context
1961 30,495 Show data context 31,631 Show data context
1971 31,252 Show data context 33,170 Show data context
1981 32,735 Show data context 34,616 Show data context
1991 35,672 Show data context 38,289 Show data context
2001 39,077 Show data context 41,310 Show data context
2011 40,104 Show data context 42,777 Show data context
Date: Source:
1801 - 2011 Census of Population

 

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Date accessed: 18th September 2020