Not much sex in the city… Study shows women outnumber men FOUR TO ONE in parts of U.S.

Not much sex in the city… Study reveals the parts of U.S. where women outnumber men FOUR TO ONE

12:07 AM on 27th September 2011

Living the fantasy Researcher Mark Regnerus says young women flock to Manhattan in hopes of having it all - but often eligible men their age are hard to find

Living the fantasy Researcher Mark Regnerus says young women flock to Manhattan in hopes of having it all – but often eligible men their age are hard to find

City of dreams: The Empire State Building peaks through the New York City skyline in Chelsea - where research shows women outnumber men by four to one

City of dreams: The Empire State Building peaks through the New York City skyline in Chelsea – where research shows women outnumber men by four to one

Dismal: In the 10001 zip code in Manhattan

Dismal: In the 10001 zip code in Manhattan”s chic Chelsea district, 78 per cent of 20-year-olds are females, according to the new book Premarital Sex in America

Dispersed: A 2010 Census Bureau map shows varying population densities across the U.S. by county

Dispersed: A 2010 Census Bureau map shows varying population densities across the U.S. by county

Data: A key to the U.S. map (left) and a breakdown of the male-to-female ratio nationwide Data: A key to the U.S. map (left) and a breakdown of the male-to-female ratio nationwide

Data: A key to the U.S. map (left) and a breakdown of the male-to-female ratio nationwide

WHERE HAVE ALL THE MEN GONE

According to the U.S. Census Bureau, all four regions of the nation had a sex ratio of less than 100 in 2010

Across the U.S., there were 96.7 males for every 100 females in 2010

The Northeast had the lowest sex ratio (94.5 males per 100 females), followed by the South (96.1), the Midwest (96.8) and the West (99.3). at 94.5 males per 100 females

In New York City, Manhattan and The Bronx are tied for highest female-to-male ratios with 53.1 per cent of residents being women, according to Mark Regnerus and Jeremy Uecke, authors of Premarital Sex in America

Staten Island was the most equal, with 51.5 per cent of the island’s population being women. Ladies made up 52.8 per cent of Brooklyn and 51.6 per cent of Queens, according to their report