Based on a comparison of 174 countries in 2050, Qatar ranked the highest in sex ratio measured by males per 100 females with 324 persons followed by United Arab Emirates and Oman. On the other end of the scale was Tanzania with 80.3 persons, Latvia with 84.3 persons and Lithuania with 84.9 persons.
Average sex ratio measured by males per 100 females reached 100 persons in 2050 in the World according to the National Statistical Office. This is 0.044 % less than in the previous year and -0.473 % less than 10 years ago.
Historically, average sex ratio measured by males per 100 females reached an all time high of 102 persons in 2015 and an all time low of 99.6 persons in 1950. The average annual growth amounted to 0.006 % since 1900.
Data for more countries are available at Sex Ratio (Males Per 100 Females) indicator page.