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Data and analysis from Census 2021
Comparisons and inequalities in healthy life expectancies, disability-free life expectancies and life expectancies.
Use our interactive calculator to find out your life expectancy and your chance of living to 100 years old.
Contains reference tables of Healthy Life Expectanc at birth and at age 65 by country from 2000–02 to 2009–11.
Life expectancy at birth and at age 65 for the UK and local areas in Scotland, 1991-93 to 2010-12
Life expectancy at birth and at age 65 for the UK and local areas in Northern Ireland, 1991-93 to 2010-12
Life expectancy at birth and at age 65 for the UK and local areas in England and Wales, 1991–93 to 2011–13
The release contains reference tables of Healthy Life Expectancy (HLE).
Health expectancies for both sexes at birth by region with confidence intervals and proportions of life with and without disability.
The number of years people are expected to spend in different health states in constituent countries and local areas of the UK.
Healthy life expectancy (HLE) for males and females at birth and age 65 by English regions, upper tier local authorities and national deciles of area deprivation.
2012 to 2014 estimates of disability-free life expectancy for males and females in upper tier local authorities, England at birth and at age 65.
Trends for England and Wales (national, regional and local areas) in the average number of years people will live beyond their current age measured by "period life expectancy".
Trends for the UK (national, regional and local areas) in the average number of years people will live beyond their current age measured by "period life expectancy".
The proportion of life spent in good health or free from a limiting illness or disability in the UK and its constituent countries.
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How long we will spend in good health, our healthy life expectancy, is becoming increasingly important. Find out what affects healthy life expectancy in your area.
Teetotalism, drinking in the week before interview, binge drinking (heavy episodic drinking) and frequent drinking, including changes in drinking patterns in recent years.
Includes population, identity, housing, people in or out of work, education and health.