The World Economic Forum published the new Global Gender Gap Report on October 27th. It ranks countries on how equitably resources and opportunities are allocated across their male and female populations. It bases these rankings on data pertaining to economic participation and opportunity, educational attainment, health and survival, and political entitlement. The report is accessible here. A figure of 1.0 would indicate complete equality. Iceland is in first place with the top score of 0.8276. The United States is ranked 31st with a score of 0.7173. Yemen is ranked last -134th – with a score of 0.4609.