Middlesex County, Massachusetts Gender Ratios

Gender Ratio:

95
Men
:
100
Women

Total Population:

766,953
Men
:
803,362
Women

There are more women than men in Middlesex County, Massachusetts. Total population of Middlesex County, Massachusetts is estimated at 1,570,315 people with 766,953 male and 803,362 female. There are 36,409 more women than men in the county, which is 2.32% of the total population.

The Middlesex County, Massachusetts Gender Ratio is 95 men to 100 women (95:100) or 0.95. Middlesex County, Massachusetts's gender ratio is higher than the Massachusetts State average of 94 men to 100 women (94:100) or 0.94. The gender ratio is also lower than the national average of 97 men to 100 women (97:100) or 0.97.

Note: All ratios are written as Male to Female

Middlesex County, Massachusetts Gender Ratios By Age

Gender Ratios vary by age group as well as location. The table below shows the gender ratios breakdown in Middlesex County, Massachusetts by age.

Age RangeMiddlesex County RatioMassachusetts State RatioNationwide Ratio
0 to 4104 to 100 105 to 100104 to 100
5 to 9105 to 100 105 to 100104 to 100
10 to 14104 to 100 104 to 100104 to 100
15 to 19104 to 100 101 to 100105 to 100
20 to 24104 to 100 100 to 100105 to 100
25 to 29100 to 100 99 to 100100 to 100
30 to 34101 to 100 98 to 100100 to 100
35 to 3998 to 100 96 to 100100 to 100
40 to 4498 to 100 95 to 100100 to 100
45 to 4995 to 100 95 to 100100 to 100
50 to 5496 to 100 95 to 100100 to 100
55 to 5993 to 100 93 to 10093 to 100
60 to 6491 to 100 91 to 10093 to 100
65 to 6988 to 100 88 to 10079 to 100
70 to 7482 to 100 83 to 10079 to 100
75 to 7976 to 100 76 to 10079 to 100
80 to 8468 to 100 66 to 10079 to 100
85 and over49 to 100 48 to 10079 to 100

Cities in Middlesex County, Massachusetts

Gender Ratios on this page are an aggregate of the gender ratios in the following cities within the region:
Acton, Arlington, Arlington Heights, Ashby, Ashland, Auburndale, Ayer, Bedford, Belmont, Billerica, Boxborough, Burlington, Cambridge, Carlisle, Chelmsford, Concord, Dracut, Dunstable, Everett, Framingham, Groton, Hanscom Afb, Holliston, Hopkinton, Hudson, Lexington, Lincoln, Littleton, Lowell, Malden, Marlborough, Maynard, Medford, Melrose, Natick, New Town, Newton, Newton Center, Newton Highlands, Newton Lower Falls, Newton Upper Falls, Newtonville, Nonantum, North Billerica, North Chelmsford, North Reading, North Waltham, Nutting Lake, Pepperell, Pinehurst, Reading, Sherborn, Shirley, Somerville, Stoneham, Stow, Sudbury, Tewksbury, Townsend, Tyngsboro, Village Of Nagog Woods, Waban, Wakefield, Waltham, Watertown, Waverley, Wayland, West Groton, West Medford, West Newton, West Townsend, Westford, Weston, Wilmington, Winchester, Woburn, and Woodville.

Other acceptable city names that fall in this region include:
E Arlington, East Arlington, Arlington Hts, Acton, Boxboro, E Cambridge, East Cambridge, Harvard Sq, Harvard Square, N Cambridge, North Cambridge, Kates Corner, S Chelmsford, Bedford, Tufts Univ, Tufts University, Newtonville, Newton, Newton Centre, Newton, Newton Hlds, Newton, Newton L F, Newtonville, Newton, Newton U F, Newton, N Billerica, N Chelmsford, Shirley Center, Shirley Ctr, W Somerville, West Somerville, Winter Hill, Acton, Vlg Nagog Wds, North Waltham, South Waltham, E Watertown, East Watertown, Townsend, and W Townsend.

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