Around 49.6 percent of the world's population is female, giving a total female population of around 3.52 billion in the world as of 2014. There are 101 men for every 100 women across the globe. At birth, men outnumber women 107 to 100, but male life span is shorter.
Nearly 1.28 billion of the world's female population lives in two countries, China and India. Curacao, Martinique, Latvia and Lithuania have the largest proportional female populations, with women in those countries making up more than 54 percent of the populace. On the other hand, many countries in the Arab world are more male-dominated, with women making up less than 40 percent of the population in Qatar, United Arab Emirates, Oman and Bahrain.Learn 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 male.Full Answer >
According to the City of Detroit, as of 2014, Detroit, Mich. has a population of 921,000. It is the largest city in the state and the 11th-biggest city in the USA.Full Answer >
As of June of 2014, England's population is 53.9 million, and the United Kingdom's total population is 64.1 million. England contains 84 percent of the U.K.'s total population.Full Answer >
Though there is no exact number for how many people are at least 7 feet tall, a detailed estimate from 2012 concluded that there are approximately 2,800 7-footers in the world. As of 2014, only three people were a full 8 feet tall.Full Answer >