Males and Females

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Year Male Female
1801 36,558 Show data context 36,749 Show data context
1811 43,011 Show data context 44,312 Show data context
1821 50,478 Show data context 50,761 Show data context
1831 54,450 Show data context 55,313 Show data context
1841 61,957 Show data context 62,204 Show data context
1851 67,769 Show data context 68,051 Show data context
1861 72,288 Show data context 73,110 Show data context
1881 66,187 Show data context 66,041 Show data context
1891 68,379 Show data context 70,009 Show data context
1911 74,687 Show data context 77,555 Show data context
1921 79,711 Show data context 86,402 Show data context
1931 82,395 Show data context 88,430 Show data context
1951 101,323 Show data context 108,390 Show data context
1961 107,127 Show data context 115,207 Show data context
1971 133,743 Show data context 142,526 Show data context
1981 129,428 Show data context 135,602 Show data context
1991 141,722 Show data context 150,329 Show data context
2001 153,046 Show data context 161,037 Show data context
2011 163,388 Show data context 170,791 Show data context
Date: Source:
1801 - 2011 Census of Population

 

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Date accessed: 18th September 2020