Western Region has more men than women

The growth rate of the Western Region reduced from 3.2 % in 2000 to 1.8 % in 2010, according to the provisional results of the 2010 Population and Housing Census, Nana Opoku, the Regional Statistician, told the GNA in an interview.

He said the region’s population of 2,325,597 in the census included 1,149,908 females and this means the region has more men than women.

He said the population of the region in 2000 was 1,924,577 including 946,401 females and in 1984, the population 1,157,807 including 571,519 females.

Nana Opoku said nobody had disputed the region’s figures in the provisional results of the census.

Source: GNA

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