Oregon Oregon Gender Ratios

Gender Ratio:

98
Men
:
100
Women

Total Population:

3,928,200
Men
:
4,012,278
Women

There are more women than men in Oregon. The total population of Oregon is estimated at 7,940,478 people with 3,928,200 male and 4,012,278 female. There are 84,078 more women than men in the state, which is 1.06% of the total population.

The Oregon Gender Ratio is 98 men to 100 women (98:100) or 0.98. Oregon's gender ratio is higher than the national average of 97 men to 100 women (97:100) or 0.97.

Note: All ratios are written as Male to Female

Oregon County Ratios

Click on an individual county for more information including gender ratios by age. In Oregon there are 12 counties with more men than woman and 24 counties with more women than men.

Baker County has gender ratio of 102 men to 100 women More Info >
Benton County has gender ratio of 101 men to 100 women More Info >
Clackamas County has gender ratio of 97 men to 100 women More Info >
Clatsop County has gender ratio of 97 men to 100 women More Info >
Columbia County has gender ratio of 99 men to 100 women More Info >
Coos County has gender ratio of 97 men to 100 women More Info >
Crook County has gender ratio of 97 men to 100 women More Info >
Curry County has gender ratio of 97 men to 100 women More Info >
Deschutes County has gender ratio of 97 men to 100 women More Info >
Douglas County has gender ratio of 97 men to 100 women More Info >
Gilliam County has gender ratio of 100 men to 100 women More Info >
Grant County has gender ratio of 98 men to 100 women More Info >
Harney County has gender ratio of 102 men to 100 women More Info >
Hood River County has gender ratio of 100 men to 100 women More Info >
Jackson County has gender ratio of 95 men to 100 women More Info >
Jefferson County has gender ratio of 108 men to 100 women More Info >
Josephine County has gender ratio of 95 men to 100 women More Info >
Klamath County has gender ratio of 100 men to 100 women More Info >
Lake County has gender ratio of 113 men to 100 women More Info >
Lane County has gender ratio of 96 men to 100 women More Info >
Lincoln County has gender ratio of 95 men to 100 women More Info >
Linn County has gender ratio of 98 men to 100 women More Info >
Malheur County has gender ratio of 120 men to 100 women More Info >
Marion County has gender ratio of 99 men to 100 women More Info >
Morrow County has gender ratio of 105 men to 100 women More Info >
Multnomah County has gender ratio of 98 men to 100 women More Info >
Polk County has gender ratio of 93 men to 100 women More Info >
Sherman County has gender ratio of 99 men to 100 women More Info >
Tillamook County has gender ratio of 102 men to 100 women More Info >
Umatilla County has gender ratio of 110 men to 100 women More Info >
Union County has gender ratio of 96 men to 100 women More Info >
Wallowa County has gender ratio of 96 men to 100 women More Info >
Wasco County has gender ratio of 98 men to 100 women More Info >
Washington County has gender ratio of 97 men to 100 women More Info >
Wheeler County has gender ratio of 103 men to 100 women More Info >
Yamhill County has gender ratio of 100 men to 100 women More Info >

Oregon Gender Ratio By Age

Gender Ratios vary by age group as well as location. The table below shows the gender ratios breakdown in Oregon by age.

Age RangeOregon State RatioNationwide Ratio
0 to 4105 to 100104 to 100
5 to 9105 to 100104 to 100
10 to 14104 to 100104 to 100
15 to 19105 to 100105 to 100
20 to 24103 to 100105 to 100
25 to 29102 to 100100 to 100
30 to 34101 to 100100 to 100
35 to 39102 to 100100 to 100
40 to 44103 to 100100 to 100
45 to 49102 to 100100 to 100
50 to 5497 to 100100 to 100
55 to 5994 to 10093 to 100
60 to 6493 to 10093 to 100
65 to 6993 to 10079 to 100
70 to 7491 to 10079 to 100
75 to 7986 to 10079 to 100
80 to 8476 to 10079 to 100
85 and over56 to 10079 to 100
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Source: https://www.states101.com/gender-ratios/oregon