Odisha Sex Ratio

According to Census 2011 data, the population of Odisha sex ratio is 4.2 crore, up from 3.68 crore in the 2001 census. According to the 2011 census, the total population of Odisha is 41,974,218 of which males and females are 21,212,136 and 20,762,082 respectively. In 2001, the total population was 36,804,660 of which males were 18,660,570 while females were 18,144,090.

The total population growth in this decade was 14.05 percent as against 15.94 percent in the previous decade. In 1981, the decline in the number of women further increased to 981 in 1981 and 971 in 1991. The ratio improved slightly in the year 2001 when the number of women increased to 972 women per 1000 men. This is also higher than the Indian sex ratio of 933 Compared to men in about seven districts or more, women enjoy equal status in terms of population in Odisha (Odisha).

Gajapati district of Odisha (Odisha) has the highest sex ratio, compared to Khurda district which has the lowest sex ratio.