Overall, there are slightly more men than women in the world. According to United Nations estimates for 2015, there are 101.8 men for each 100 women, with the number of men rising gradually each year since 1960.
But a map by the Pew Research Center with the latest U.N. data clearly shows that men and women are distributed unequally around the globe. In the countries of the former Soviet Union, for example, women outnumber men. Conversely, there are more men than women in Asia, Arab countries and Northern Africa. As for the Georgia, There are 92.2 men for every 100 women.
Latvia, Lithuania, Armenia, Belarus, Russia, Ukraine and Estonia are among the countries with the largest female populations. The same countries also lead world statistics in the life-expectancy gap between men and women. In Belarus, men have a life expectancy of 65.3 years, while it’s 77 for women. Only civil war-torn Syria has a bigger life-expectancy gap between men and women.