New York Female Population Percentage by County

Data Item State
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Resident population: total females, percent, 2010 - (Percent)
County Value
Albany 51.7
Allegany 49.5
Bronx 53.1
Broome 51.0
Cattaraugus 50.5
Cayuga 49.0
Chautauqua 50.7
Chemung 50.3
Chenango 50.2
Clinton 48.7
Columbia 49.7
Cortland 51.2
Delaware 49.8
Dutchess 50.2
Erie 51.8
Essex 48.2
Franklin 45.1
Fulton 50.5
Genesee 50.5
Greene 47.8
Hamilton 49.4
Herkimer 51.1
Jefferson 49.1
Kings 52.8
Lewis 49.7
Livingston 49.8
Madison 50.9
Monroe 51.8
Montgomery 51.3
Nassau 51.6
New York 53.1
Niagara 51.5
Oneida 50.2
Onondaga 51.9
Ontario 51.1
Orange 50.0
Orleans 50.5
Oswego 50.2
Otsego 51.6
Putnam 50.1
Queens 51.6
Rensselaer 50.6
Richmond 51.5
Rockland 51.0
Saratoga 50.8
Schenectady 51.6
Schoharie 50.0
Schuyler 50.3
Seneca 47.6
St. Lawrence 49.2
Steuben 50.4
Suffolk 50.8
Sullivan 48.9
Tioga 50.4
Tompkins 50.7
Ulster 50.2
Warren 51.2
Washington 48.2
Wayne 50.4
Westchester 51.9
Wyoming 45.6
Yates 51.6

Value for New York (Percent): 51.6%

Data item: Resident population: total females, percent, 2010

Source: U.S. Census Bureau, 2010 Census of Population, Profiles of General Demographic Characteristics. Updated every 10 years. http://factfinder2.census.gov.

Definition:

Sex classification is based on self-classification by gender, either male or female.

The number of females is expressed as a percent of the total population.

Scope and Methodology:

These data were derived from answers to a question that was asked of all people in Census 2010.