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Europe Compared by Education > Girls to boys ratio > Primary level enrolment

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# COUNTRY AMOUNT DATE GRAPH HISTORY
1 Armenia 1.04 2005
=2 Georgia 1.01 2005
=2 Liechtenstein 1.01 2004
=4 Norway 1 2005
=4 Luxembourg 1 2005
=4 Denmark 1 2005
=4 Greece 1 2005
=4 Ukraine 1 2005
=4 Sweden 1 2005
=4 Russia 1 2005
=4 Austria 1 2005
=4 Germany 1 2005
=4 Italy 1 2004
=4 United Kingdom 1 2004
=4 Cyprus 1 2004
=16 France 0.99 2005
=16 Slovakia 0.99 2005
=16 Finland 0.99 2005
=16 Ireland 0.99 2005
=16 Moldova 0.99 2005
=16 Belgium 0.99 2005
=16 Switzerland 0.99 2005
=16 Poland 0.99 2005
=16 Lithuania 0.99 2004
=16 Slovenia 0.99 2004
=16 Albania 0.99 2004
=16 Malta 0.99 2004
=16 Croatia 0.99 2003
=29 Netherlands 0.98 2005
=29 Hungary 0.98 2005
=29 Spain 0.98 2005
=29 Azerbaijan 0.98 2005
=29 Czech Republic 0.98 2005
=29 Bulgaria 0.98 2004
=29 Romania 0.98 2004
=36 Belarus 0.97 2005
=36 Estonia 0.97 2004
=36 Latvia 0.97 2004
=36 Iceland 0.97 2004
40 Portugal 0.96 2004
=41 Turkey 0.95 2005
=41 Andorra 0.95 2005

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Europe Compared by Education > Girls to boys ratio > Primary level enrolment

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Interesting observations about Education > Girls to boys ratio > Primary level enrolment

  • Afghanistan has ranked last for girls to boys ratio > primary level enrolment since 1999.
  • 56 of the top 98 countries by girls to boys ratio > primary level enrolment are Christian.
  • Tokelau has had the highest girls to boys ratio > primary level enrolment since 2003.
  • 9 of the top 16 countries by girls to boys ratio > primary level enrolment are Hot countries.
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