5 countries in the world where there are fewer women than men
5 countries in the world where there are fewer women than men

Countries where there are more single men than women.

It so happened that in the Slavic countries there are more women than men, but there are countries where there are much more men and it is difficult for them to find a wife.


This wealthy country of 9 million also suffers from a shortage of women. Statistics say that for every 100 women, there are 247 men.



The Philippines is considered one of the poorest countries in the Pacific, which is why many Filipino women go to work abroad in Australia, Asia and even the Middle East. As a result, the ratio of men to women (currently from 1.02 to 1) is increasing. Recent statistics also indicate that the number of married couples has declined, suggesting that this issue may be linked precisely to a shortage of women.



It has long been known that the birth of boys is preferred in Indian families. Yet India has a colossal gender imbalance - there are 37 million more men than women.



For several years now, Libya has been waging a protracted civil war, and this significantly affects the population. If we add to this the traditionally restrictive role of women in Libyan society, it is not surprising that many residents of this country do not want to marry their compatriots.



Thanks to its beautiful nature and excellent weather conditions, Greece is a popular holiday destination for European youth, but despite the influx of emigrants, there are fewer women than men.

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