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Life Expectancy for Administrative Areas within Scotland 2014-2016

Life Expectancy for Administrative Areas within Scotland 2014-2016

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All Figures Life expectancy for areas in Scotland, 2014-2016
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Figure 1 Life expectancy at birth, Scotland, 1980-1982 to 2014-2016 (males and females)
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Figure 1a Life expectancy at birth in council areas, Scotland, 2001-2003 to 2014- 2016
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Figure 2a

Life expectancy at birth in European Union countries, 1980-1982 to 2014 - 2016, (males)

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Figure 2b

Life expectancy at birth in European Union countries, 1980-1982 to 2014 - 2016, (females)

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Figure 3 Life expectancy at birth, 95 per cent confidence intervals for council areas, 2014-2016 (males and females)
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Figure 4 Life expectancy at birth, 95 per cent confidence intervals for NHS Board areas, 2014-2016 (males and females)
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Figure 5a Scottish Parliamentary constituencies with the five highest and lowest life expectancy at birth, 2014-2016 (males)
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Figure 5b Scottish Parliamentary constituencies with the five highest and lowest life expectancy at birth, 2014-2016 (females)
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Figure 6 Figure 6: Life expectancy at birth in Scotland, 2014-2016, by SIMD quintiles (males and females)
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Figure 7 Life expectancy at birth in Scotland, 2014-2016 by urban-rural areas (males and females)
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