Only 5%-10% of transwomen get genital surgery, compared to 25%-50% of transmen.
A 2019 paper  reports that “Genital GCS is generally less common than chest surgery, with prevalence rates of about 25–50% for transgender men and 5–10% for transgender women […] For transgender women, genital GCS comprises a number of procedures, including vaginoplasty (most commonly intestinal or penile inversion) with labiaplasty and/or clitoroplasty, penectomy, and orchiectomy. Transgender women report bottom surgery at rates between 5–13% […]. Even more transgender women desire bottom surgery in the future: between 45–54% […]”
 Nolan, I. T., Kuhner, C. J. & Dy, G. W. (2019). Demographic and temporal trends in transgender identities and gender confirming surgery. Translational Andrology and Urology, 8 (3). [Link]