Out of 2116 paths reported in Tel Aviv, about 45% are named after males, while less than 3% are named after women.
See also a female-only Tel Aviv versus a male-only Tel Aviv.
Geographic data was collected in a similar way to the previous streets orientation visualization.
I analysed it manually, mainly using Tel Aviv municipality's website.
Feel free to view-source this page to see the data itself.
Other cities in Israel are not much different:
Jerusalem has 53% males and 3.2% females,
Haifa has 43% males and 4.3% females.
Stats about some European cities:
See also ynet.
- In Berlin the ratio is about 1:5.5. [source]
- In Vienna the ratio is about 1:11. [source]
- In Paris the ratio is about 1:13. [source]
- In Brussels the ratio is about 1:14. [source]
- In Oslo the ratio is about 1:7.5. [source]
- In Belgrade the ratio is about 1:8. [source]