There is a misconception that women generally have greater lower body strength than men. This isn't what I'm asking. My question isn't to directly compare women's lower body strength to men's. It's been shown that men in fact are generally all around more muscular than women ( including lower body strength ).
My question is on the proportion of strength between the upper and lower body across the two genders. For example if by default men had a upper body strength of 10 ( measured in how much they can lift/push ), and their lower body strength was a 5. Would women have something along the lines of upper body strength: 7 and lower body strength: 4. The difference between the two numbers being less for women, represented by closer numbers. Meaning that compared to their overall strength, women have a stronger lower body than men do ( with each respective gender being compared to their own overall strength ).