United States Gender Ratios
There are more women than men in United States according the CIA World Factbook 2020 data (most recent data available).
The United States Gender Ratio is 97 men to 100 women (97:100) or 0.97. United States's gender ratio is lower than the global average of 101 men to 100 women (101:100) or 1.01.
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United States Gender Ratio By Age
Gender Ratios vary by age group as well as location. The table below shows the gender ratios breakdown in United States by age.
|Age Range||United States Gender Ratio||Global Gender Ratio|
|At birth||104 Men to 100 Women||103 Men to 100 Women|
|1 to 14||104 Men to 100 Women||107 Men to 100 Women|
|15 to 24||105 Men to 100 Women||106 Men to 100 Women|
|25 to 54||100 Men to 100 Women||102 Men to 100 Women|
|55 to 64||93 Men to 100 Women||95 Men to 100 Women|
|65 and over||79 Men to 100 Women||80 Men to 100 Women|
Cities in United States
Gender Ratios on this page are an aggregate of the gender ratios in the following cities within the region:
New York City, Los Angeles, Chicago, Houston, Phoenix, Philadelphia, San Antonio, San Diego, Dallas, San Jose, Detroit, Norfolk, San Francisco, Jacksonville, Indianapolis, Columbus, Austin, Memphis, Baltimore, Nashville, Boston, Milwaukee, Washington Dc, Denver, Seattle, Charlotte, Las Vegas, Oklahoma City, Portland, Tucson, and Atlanta.