American Women, 2003
Facts and Figures about American Women's History, 2003, from the U.S. Census Bureau
21: According to the U.S. Census, among places with populations of 100,000 or more, in 2001 how many did the female population exceed the male population?
Answer: 201 (82%)
Which of these places had the lowest male-to-female ratio at 85 males per 100 females?
Answer: Gary, Indiana
Which had the highest, at 114 males for every 100 females?
Answer: Salinas, California
22: As of 2000, what percentage of women ended their childbearing years with four or more children? In 1976?
Source: U.S. Census Bureau