In most countries across the world, there is more man than women. Countries with more females surprisingly are much less. Studies showed that this disparity is not desirable. The gender ratio is very important for every country. It’s a demographic term referring to the ratio of males and females in a country population. It’s an expression of the number of males for every hundred females.

In the world right now, the number of females is slightly lower than the number of males. The increased number of women in a country causes problems to find a partner for marriage. However, there are many countries where women outnumber men. Reproduction is a random process and it’s pretty impossible to get that 1:1 gender ratio, and it’s all balanced by nature. Here are ten countries with more women than men in the population…


Portugal is a lovely climate country, with beautiful beach resorts, amazing architecture and many other. Every year millions of tourists flock there every year. In this country, women make up 52.7 percent of the population.


The Russian Federation is a transcontinental country, where women make up 53.5 percent of the population. Women in Russian society have a rich and varied history, and they are known as one of the most beautiful women in the World. The gender ratio in Russia currently is 86 men per 100 women, and they have a higher lifespan than men.


Located in southern Europe’s  Baltic States, women are estimated to live to 79 years, where usually lifespan for males is 63. The female population is 54 percent of the total population. Among all students enrolled in higher education, women amounted to 58 percent, while in the social work and health care women made up 86 percent of all employees.


Latvia is a country on the Baltic Sea between Lithuania and Estonia. Its landscape is marked by wide beaches as well as dense sprawling forests. There are 84 males for every 100 females. The proportion of the female is 54 percent of the total population. Men in Latvia have a high mortality rate due to issues such as alcoholism and smoking. In this country, females enjoy a higher life expectancy living 11 years longer than males.


A tiny Caribbean Island off the coast of Venezuela has dry sunny weather, sandy beaches and gentle surf. Women in Aruba make up 52.5 percent of the population. Unemployment for women is higher than for men. Women tend to leave the labor force at an earlier age than men do. Women outnumber men in service and sales positions, however, men continue to hold more important positions.


Hong Kong is an autonomous territory and a former British colony in southeastern China. Women in Hong Kong make up 51 percent of the population. Traditionally women in Hong Kong have been situated within the context of Chinese family and society. The figure of single Hong Kong women living alone becomes more financially independent, assertive and career-focused.


A country in Northern Europe has a proportion of the female 53 percent of the total population. According to the statistics, Estonian women work primarily in the education and commercial fields, and they are reportedly more active workforce than their average counterparts in the EU. Estonia has one of the highest literacy rates for women in the world. In general, Estonian women are very intelligent and beautiful.


Armenia is a nation and the former Soviet Republic in the mountainous region between Asia and Europe. Women in Armenia make up 53.6 percent of the population. Women in Armenia have been officially guaranteed gender equality since the establishment of the Republic of Armenia. This enabled women to actively participate in all spheres of Armenian life.


Ukraine is a large country in Eastern Europe known for its Black Sea coastline and forested mountains. Women in Ukraine make up 54 percent of the population. Ukrainian women have equal constitutional rights as men. Life expectancy for either gender is 64 years. When coupled with very high levels of emigration, the male population has been reduced even more.


A Caribbean Island tucked into coves in its expansive coral reefs rich with marine life, Curacao female population is 53.9 percent of the total population. The life expectancy is 80 years for females, and 72 years for males. The majority of women are in the age bracket of 15-64 years.