The world ratio of men to women is estimated to be 1.017:1. As of today, the world's male population was 3,776,294,273, while the female population was 3,710,295,643. More »

Around 49.6 percent of the world's population is female, with a total female population of 3,710,295,643. There are 101 men for every 100 women across the globe. At birth, men outnumber women 107 to 100, but male life sp... More »

Based on 2010 population counts, there are slightly more men in the world than women. Estimates put the gender ratio for the whole world at 102 men for 100 women. In other words, for every 1000 people, 50.4% of them are ... More »

Based on 2010 population counts, there are slightly more men in the world than women. Estimates put the gender ratio for the whole world at 102 men for 100 women. In other words, for every 1000 people, 50.4% of them are ... More »

Rhode Island is the state with the highest ratio of women to men. There are 93.43 males for every 100 females. More »

The populations of men and women in the world is roughly equal, with slightly more men than women. There are currently 102 men for every 100 women in the world, with a total of roughly 3,487,869,561 men alive in the worl... More »

According to the most recent data there are approximately 101 men for every 100 women. Though this ratio varies from one country to the next, the world's gender ratio is fairly close. More »