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Johor population increased is mainly due to headcount imported from Indonesia

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The original text in the Star mentioned the main reason of gender imbalance is more male foreigners migrated to Malaysia, but the sentence was omitted later.

Johor remains a BN fortress due to more Indonesians were given citizenship as new bumiputras. UMNO did the same in Sabah by importing Malays from Indonesia and Philippines.

Minister: Johor records highest ratio with only 100 women to every 112 men

PUTRAJAYA: Males continue to outnumber the female population in Malaysia. The overall gender ratio in the country shows that there are more males than females.

The National Census 2010 preliminary count report revealed that Malaysia has 14,112,667 males and 13,453,154 females.

“There are 112 males for every 100 females in Johor, which recorded the highest ratio. Putrajaya’s ratio is the lowest with 88 males for every 100 females,” Minister in the Prime Minister’s Department Tan Sri Nor Mohamed Yakcop told reporters after reviewing the report yesterday.