"Table 3: Breakpoints indicating two points of change in trend in age-specific mortality rates by age group, sex and country: 1990 to 2018"
Country,Sex,Age,Breakpoint 1,"Lower 95%
confidence
limit","Upper 95%
confidence
limit",Breakpoint 2,"Lower 95%
confidence
limit","Upper 95%
confidence
limit"
England ,Females ,75-79,"Q3 2002 to
Q2 2003","Q2 2001 to
Q1 2002","Q4 2003 to
Q3 2004","Q2 2011 to
Q1 2012","Q3 2010 to
Q2 2011","Q1 2012 to
Q4 2012"
England ,Females ,80-84,"Q3 1996 to
Q2 1997","Q1 1995 to
Q4 1995","Q1 1998 to
Q4 1998","Q2 2011 to
Q1 2012","Q3 2009 to
Q2 2010","Q1 2013 to
Q4 2013"
England ,Females ,85-89,"Q2 2003 to
Q1 2004","Q4 2002 to
Q3 2003","Q4 2003 to
Q3 2004","Q2 2005 to
Q1 2006","Q4 2004 to
Q3 2005","Q4 2005 to
Q3 2006"
England ,Females ,90+,"Q3 2008 to
Q2 2009","Q1 2008 to
Q4 2008","Q4 2008 to
Q3 2009","Q2 2009 to
Q1 2010","Q4 2008 to
Q3 2009","Q4 2009 to
Q3 2010"
Wales,Females ,75-79,"Q4 2002 to
Q3 2003","Q4 2001 to
Q3 2002","Q4 2003 to
Q3 2004","Q3 2009 to
Q2 2010","Q3 2008 to
Q2 2009","Q2 2010 to
Q1 2011"
Wales,Females ,80-84,"Q4 1995 to
Q3 1996","Q3 1994 to
Q2 1995","Q1 1997 to
Q4 1997","Q3 2011 to
Q2 2012","Q2 2009 to
Q1 2010","Q4 2013 to
Q3 2014"
Wales,Females ,90+,"Q3 2007 to
Q2 2008","Q1 2007 to
Q4 2007","Q2 2008 to
Q1 2009","Q2 2010 to
Q1 2011","Q4 2009 to
Q3 2010","Q1 2011 to
Q4 2011"
Source: ,Office for National Statistics
Notes
1," The lower and upper 95% confidence limits have been provided. These form a confidence interval which is a measure of the statistical precision of an estimate and shows the range of uncertainty around the estimated figure. Calculations based on small numbers of events are often subject to random fluctuations. As a general rule, if the confidence interval around one figure overlaps with the interval around another, we cannot say with certainty that there is more than a chance difference between the two figures. "
2,"Q1 refers to Quarter 1 (1 January to 31 March), Q2 refers to Quarter 2 (1 April to 30 June), Q3 refers to Quarter 3 (1 July to 30 September), Q4 refers to Quarter 4 (1 October to 31 December)."