Sex ratio at birth (male births per female births) Smoking prevalence, females (% of adults) Smoking prevalence, males (% of adults) Suicide mortality rate (per 100,000 population) Tuberculosis death rate (per 100,000 people) Unemployment, total (% of total labor force) Urban population growth (annual %)
Methodology. The tables data is from The World Factbook unless noted otherwise. It shows the male to female sex ratio by the Central Intelligence Agency of the United States. If there is a discrepancy between The World Factbook and a countrys census data, the latter may be used instead.. A ratio above 1, for example 1.1, means there are 1.1 males for every 1 female (more males than females).
Australia Urban Population Currently, 85.7 % of the population of Australia is urban (21,607,414 people in 2019)
The age-sex pyramid is a demographic tool which shows patterns of change in the age structure and sex ratio of an area over time. Its name comes from the traditional pyramid shape of an area which indicates a lot of children in large families, with a lower life expectancy and relatively few elderly.
Compared with the naturally occurring M/F ratio as well as to the M/F ratio among births to mothers born in Australia, there was an increased ratio of male births to mothers born in India, China and South-East Asia, particularly at higher parities and in more recent time periods (elevated M/F ratios ranged from 1·079 to 1·248, relative risks of male birth ranged from 1·012 to 1·084 with
The sex ratio at birth in every country are male-biased ranging from around 101 to 113 boys per 100 girls. Five nations sex ratio above 1.10 at birth as Azerbaijan and China are tied for the highest male ratio with 113 male births per 100 female births and all five belong to Asia.
Sex ratio at birth (male births per female births) United Nations Population Division. World Population Prospects: 2019 Revision. License: CC BY-4.0 Line Bar Map. Share Details. Label. 1962 - 2018
ratio * THE SEX RATIO IS THE NUMBER OF MALES PER 100 FEMALES SOURCE: POPULATION BY AGE AND SEX, REGIONS OF AUSTRALIA, ABS CAT NO 3235.0 This Data Release is not to be reproduced or altered without the permission of the Economic Analysis Unit.
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