According to census data, the answer to this question is 3,425,547,309 as of September 2012. Female population is less than 0.5% of the male population around the world. On the September 2012 the world Population was 7,037,453,175 that mean less than 3,425,547,309 are women. Because there are 105-107 boys for every 100 girls in the world.
Globally, there are about 105-107 males born for every 100 females. Since 1940, an average of 91,685 more male babies have been born each year in the US than females, a total of 5,776,130 over that 63-year period.
The highest sex birth ratio occurred in 1946 (1,059 male births per 1,000 females) while the lowest occurred in 1991 and again in 2001 (1,046 male births per 1,000 females).
For all available years combined, Chinese (1,074) and Filipino mothers (1,072) had the highest differences between the number of boys born versus girls, while non-Hispanic black (1,031) and American Indian mothers (1,031) had the lowest. The report, “Trend Analysis of the Sex Ratio at Birth in the United States”
How Many Women Are in The US?
On the September 2012 the US Population was 314,303,000 that mean less than 159,745,000 are women.