Table 1: Slope Index of Inequality in life expectancy and healthy life expectancy at birth for males and females
"England, between 2015 to 2017 and 2018 to 2020"
,2015 to 2017,2018 to 2020,,,
,SII (Years),SII (Years),SII Difference,,Range Difference
Males at birth,,,,,
LE,9.4,9.7,0.3,*,0.4
HLE,19.1,18.6,-0.5,,-0.5
DFLE,17.0,17.6,0.6,,0.4
Females at birth,,,,,
LE,7.4,7.9,0.5,*,0.5
HLE,18.8,19.3,0.5,,0.4
DFLE,15.6,16.8,1.2,,0.3
Source: ,"Office for National Statistics â€“ Annual Population Survey, 2011 Census"
Notes
1,"The health state and disability prevalence estimates used to estimate healthy life expectancy (HLE) and disability-free life expectancy (DFLE) are sourced from Annual Population Survey (APS) data and data from the 2011 Census. The APS excludes residents of communal establishments, except NHS housing and students in halls of residence where inclusion takes place at their parentsâ€™ address."
2,Range is calculated by taking the difference between Decile 1 (most deprived) and Decile 10 (least deprived). The range difference is then calculated by taking the difference between the ranges from 2015 to 2017 and 2018 to 2020.
3," Slope Index of Inequality (SII) is calculated by taking the difference between the extremes of a population weighted regression line of best fit."
4,"* denotes a statistically significant increase in the SII between 2015 to 2017 and 2018 to 2020, based on non-overlapping confidence intervals."