National Records of Scotland

Preserving the past, Recording the present, Informing the future

List of Tables

List of Tables

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Table 1

Abridged life table, by sex, age and 2010 Urban Rural classification, Scotland 2007-2009
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Table 2

Abridged life table, by sex, age and SIMD2009 deprivation decile, Scotland 2007-2009
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Table 3

Abridged life table, by sex, age and SIMD2009 deprivation quintile, Scotland 2007-2009
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Table 4

Abridged life table, by sex, age and SIMD2009 deprivation vigintile, Scotland 2007-2009
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Table 5

Abridged life table, by sex, age and Community Health Partnership, Scotland 2007-2009
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Table 6

Life expectancy at birth by sex and 2010 Urban Rural classification, Scotland 2007-2009, with 95% upper and lower confidence intervals
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Table 7

Life expectancy at birth by sex and SIMD2009 Quintile/Decile/Vigintile, Scotland 2007-2009, with 95% upper and lower confidence intervals
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Table 8

Life expectancy at birth by sex and Community Health Partnership, Scotland 2007-2009, with 95% upper and lower confidence intervals
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Table 9

Life expectancy at birth by Community Health Partnership area, Scotland 2007-2009, and comparisons with 1997-1999 (Males)
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Table 10

Life expectancy at birth by Community Health Partnership area, Scotland 2007-2009, and comparisons with 1997-1999 (Females)
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All Tables

Life Expectancy in Special Areas (Urban/Rural, Deprivation and Community Health Partnerships) in Scotland, 2007-2009
(Excel)