Florida population by gender
The table below shows Florida's population by gender
|Gender||Population||% of Total Population|
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Florida population by gender, in percentage
The female percentage in the USA is 50.50% while the male percentage is 49.50%, compared to 50.85% females and 49.15% males in Florida.
The above comparison shows there are more females than males in the Florida state as compared to the nation.
Florida gender ratio
Sources: U.S. Census Bureau, American Community Survey (ACS) 2021
In Florida, there are less men than women. The Florida gender ratio is 96.7:100 i.e. 96.7 men to 100 women (0.967).
This ratio is lower than the national average of 98:100 i.e 98 men to 100 women (0.980).
Florida gender ratio by age
In Florida, the sex ratio for children under 18 years is 104.6 boys per 100 girls (104.6:100).Having said that, for seniors aged 80 and older, there are 72.6 males per 100 females (72.6:100).
On the national level, the sex ratio (male per 100 females) for under 18 age group is 104.8:100, and 64.5:100 for the senior population 80 years and older.
The table below lists the male and female population in each age group along with the gender ratio for Florida.
|Age Group||Population (Male)||Population (Female)||Gender Ratio|
|Under 5 years||571,443||547,351||1.04|
|5 to 9 years||583,755||564,146||1.03|
|10 to 14 years||644,169||608,112||1.06|
|15 to 19 years||628,657||598,360||1.05|
|20 to 24 years||632,024||612,455||1.03|
|25 to 29 years||695,887||674,644||1.03|
|30 to 34 years||694,218||677,693||1.02|
|35 to 39 years||667,839||663,502||1.01|
|40 to 44 years||647,529||648,060||1.00|
|45 to 49 years||664,590||673,380||0.99|
|50 to 54 years||691,110||706,150||0.98|
|55 to 59 years||714,509||767,423||0.93|
|60 to 64 years||676,916||738,875||0.92|
|65 to 69 years||609,147||698,724||0.87|
|70 to 74 years||528,650||606,152||0.87|
|75 to 79 years||384,361||439,005||0.88|
|80 to 84 years||237,146||298,598||0.79|
|85 years and over||217,598||327,584||0.66|
Interesting observation from the above table:
- The sex ratio at birth is 1.044 i.e. 104.4 boys per 100 girls.
- For the 60-64 years, the sex ratio is 0.916 i.e. 8.4 less men per 100 women.
- While for senior most population of 85+ age group, the sex ratio is 0.664 i.e. 66.4 senior men per 100 senior women.
Florida population by gender & age
For male population, the largest age group is 55-59 years with a population of 714,509. Whereas, for the female population, the largest age group is 55-59 years with a population of 767,423.
As you can note from the above numbers, the largest age group for men and women are same. The above comparison also shows that there are 52,914 more females than males, in the age group 55-59 years (The largest age group for both of the genders).
Under the age of 5, there are 571,443 boys and 547,351 girls in Florida. Thus there are 24,092 more boys than girls under the age of 5.
Between the age group of 60-64 years, there are 676,916 males and 738,875 females in Florida. Thus there are 61,959 less males than females between the age of 60 and 64 years.
For the senior most age group of 85+ years, there are 217,598 males and 327,584 females.
Things to know
What percent of Florida is female?
According to the ACS survey, of the total Florida population of 21.34 million, 50.85% percent are females.
What percentage of Florida is male?
According to the ACS survey, of the total Florida population of 21.34 million, 49.15% percent are males.
What is the male to female ratio in Florida?
In Florida, the male to female ratio is 96.7:100 i.e. 96.7 men to 100 women (0.967).
- U.S. Census Bureau American Community Survey (ACS) 2017-2021 5-Year Estimates