Males and Females

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Year Male Female
1801 96,777 Show data context 100,038 Show data context
1811 102,909 Show data context 108,831 Show data context
1821 123,527 Show data context 122,746 Show data context
1831 135,487 Show data context 134,300 Show data context
1841 146,406 Show data context 145,772 Show data context
1851 153,995 Show data context 152,935 Show data context
1861 158,816 Show data context 158,154 Show data context
1881 152,986 Show data context 154,311 Show data context
1891 160,128 Show data context 161,801 Show data context
1911 187,673 Show data context 186,964 Show data context
1921 189,834 Show data context 205,167 Show data context
1931 221,012 Show data context 234,630 Show data context
1951 297,841 Show data context 319,792 Show data context
1961 412,122 Show data context 435,340 Show data context
1971 530,304 Show data context 554,829 Show data context
1981 573,836 Show data context 594,618 Show data context
1991 608,146 Show data context 638,439 Show data context
2001 640,204 Show data context 670,681 Show data context
2011 680,161 Show data context 713,426 Show data context
Date: Source:
1801 - 2011 Census of Population

 

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Date accessed: 22nd October 2021