Women Flocking to Facebook: Female/Male Ratio Hits New High
– via InsideFacebook.com 8/14/2009
Women have always made up a larger share of the Facebook user base than men. But according to the latest Facebook stats, the female/male ratio has just hit an all time high in July since we started tracking last year. US women now outnumber men on Facebook 1.35 to 1 as of today.
Women outnumber men in every age bracket
Letâ€™s take a look at how todayâ€™s numbers break down: as you can see, US women outnumber men in every age bracket. But the disparity has become more pronounced amongst users 26-54: women outnumber men by over 2 million in each age bracket in that range.
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Q: Can a woman who does not like men expect to win in The Gamewhich entails that she be liked by men in order for her to win?
A: We will have to allow for time to decide and then revealÂ itsÂ most likableÂ results.
In closing, the name of the game in question is known as LIFE, and due to the fact that this is an onlineÂ life experience publication and brand, we will simply refer to the above social mediaÂ gender ratio data along with the fact that such is in similar proportion in the USA forÂ the 21st CenturyÂ as recorded by the US census bureau listed below.
Q: What is the ratio of women to men in America?
A: According to Census 2000, 281.4 million people were counted in the United States – 143.4 million of whom were female and 138.1 million male. About a 1434/1381 ratio women/men.