There are roughly 5 million more women than men in the United States, a statistic that likely won’t shock the single ladies of the world who’ve been lamenting the fact for generations. In total, there are an average of 96.7 men to every 100 women in America, according to data from the U.S. Census Bureau.
Here in Southwestern Connecticut, the average ratio for the 31 towns in our coverage area is 94.7 men per 100 women. Of course, that fluctuates from town to town. Check out where the men live:
Southwestern Connecticut’s statistics fall pretty well in line with the Connecticut state average of 94.8 men per 100 women, which makes Connecticut the state with the No. 10 lowest ratio. Wondering where men are king? Alaska has more men per women than any other state in the nation with 107.8 men per 100 women. In Washington, D.C., it’s just about the opposite, with 89.6 men per 100 women, bringing it in at the lowest rank on the list, according to our analysis.