Did you know there’s a major man drought going on in Sydney? That is, some areas in Sydney are indeed in shorter supply of the male species than others.

According to a report on the Daily Telegraph, an analysis of gender statistics across NSW found that the north shore suburb of Ku-ring gai topped the list of a female-skewed population, with 1775 more women than men aged between 25-44. Next in came the inner west suburb of Leichardt, which has 1620 more women than men in the same age group.

The Hills Shire in the north-west of Sydney has got 1514 more women than men in the same age group, and Fairfield in the west has 1330 more – but the East has also been affected by the drought, with Woollahra in Sydney’s Eastern suburbs containing 1244 more women than men.

It seems that some ladies may have to travel to date!

So, where should women be travelling to?

The city of Sydney (CBD) has 8117 more men than women, Auburn has 2672 more,  is up there with 2542 more men than women and both Newcastle and Wollongong each have more than 1000 men than women.

THE STATISTICS

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Regions with at least 1000 more women than men for ages 20 to 44:

Ku-ring-gai— 1775

Leichhardt — 1620

The Hills Shire— 1514

Fairfield — 1330

Woollahra— 1244

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Regions with at least 1000 more women than men for ages 30 to 49:

The Hills Shire — 2219

Ku-ring-gai— 2204

Hornsby — 2032

Fairfield — 1514

Gosford— 1372

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Wyong — 1223

Tweed — 1177

Bankstown— 1072

Sutherland Shire — 1052

Blacktown — 1016

SOURCE: Daily Telegraph

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