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Male to female ratio for people aged 0-24 years

(males per 100 females)

In 2015, male to female ratio for people aged 0-24 years in Brazil was 103.74 males per 100 females. In the ranking by male to female ratio for people aged 0-24 years including 186 countries, Brazil has the 165th rank that is close to the positions of such countries as Bolivia and the Chile. Compared to Burundi which at the top of the ranking with male to female ratio for people aged 0-24 years of 98.39 males per 100 females in 2015, Brazil has 5.43 % percent higher male to female ratio for people aged 0-24 years.

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What is male to female ratio for people aged 0-24 years?

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