Taiwan’s gender gap

Taiwan’s gender gap

At the end of April, 2020, Taiwan’s ender gap was 98.3 males to 100 females.

In Taipei city, it was 90.89 males to 100 females.  The gender ratios in New Taipei city was 95.5 males to 100 females, it was 98.4 males for 100 females in Taoyuan city,  96.65 males to 100 females in Taichung city, 99.29 males to 100 females in Tainan city, 97.49 males for 100 females in Kaohsiung city, 99.63 males for 100 females in Keelung city, 97.26 males to 100 females in Hsinchu City,  93.95 males to 100 females, 99.67 males t 100 females in Quemoy county.

Only the one county of Lianchiang registered a male to female ratio of 134.37 males to 100 females.

 

 

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