The 2014 CIA World Factbook lists 139 countries that have more women than men, including the United States and Canada. Estonia has the largest disparity with 0.84 men to every woman.
Women constitute the majority in more than half of the world's nations. As of 2015, there are 22 elected or appointed female heads of state in addition to two reigning female monarchs, Queen Elizabeth II of the United Kingdom and Queen Margrethe II of Denmark.
There are only 73 countries in which there are more men than women. Qatar has the largest majority of men with 3.29 male citizens for every female member of the total population.