Regarding the current “bachelor” phenomenon, Yang Fan, a researcher at the Center for Population and Development Studies at Renmin University of China and director of the Department of Demography, said that since the 1980s, there has been a high proportion of boys among children born every year in my country. They have entered the age of marriage and childbirth one after another, and indeed, men have encountered fierce competition in the marriage market and even cannot find a spouse.
“However, the distribution of this phenomenon is uneven,” Yang Fan said publicly. Due to the supplementary role of the inflow of population in big cities, this kind of phenomenon is not obvious. “But in some rural areas, remote areas, and areas with low economic development. Will be more prominent.”
Mu Guangzong, a professor at the Population Research Institute of Peking University, mentioned the “sex ratio of the marriageable population.” “This is the gender ratio of the population legally allowed for marriage.” He said that the gender ratio of the married population has a difference between urban and rural areas. “The gender ratio of the married population in big cities has a feminine trend, resulting in the phenomenon of’older leftover women.’ , Resulting in the’grass roots bachelor’ problem.”
The interpretation given by Fu Linghui, a spokesperson for the National Bureau of Statistics, shows that the gender composition should be divided into age groups. From the 20 to 40 years old, the main marriage and childbirth age group, there are more than 17 million more men than women. , Not more than 30 million people.
At the same time, marriage and love are affected by age, region,educateA comprehensive analysis of many aspects is necessary for the influence of many aspects, such as level, family factors, and values. It is worth mentioning that from the perspective of the new population, the sex ratio in my country has been gradually improving.
However, there is a large gap in the ratio of men to women in various provinces and cities.Specifically, Guangdong is the province with the highest proportion of men, with a male population of 53.07%, a female population of 46.93%, and a sex ratio of 113.08. Hainan is followed by a male population of 53.02%, a female population of 46.98%, and a sex ratio of 112.86.
The three eastern provinces are the most balanced. Among them, Jilin and Liaoning are the only provinces in the country with more female populations than males.