Blacks and Asians live longer in Honolulu, Whites in Washington D.C., Hispanics in Baltimore: U.S. Cities with the Highest Life Expectancies 2018
This dataset ranks the U.S. cities with the highest life expectancies by race/ethnicity. Blacks and Asians in Honolulu, Hawaii, have the longest life expectancy - at 86.1 years and 94.8 years of age respectively - compared to Blacks and Asians in other cities.
Whites in Washington D.C. live longer, on average, at 87.5 years of age, compared to Whites in other cities, while Hispanics in Baltimore have the longest life expectancy at 92.5 years of age, compared to Hispanics in other cities.
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By StatesBy Race/Ethnicity - White People, Asians and Indians live a longer life in D.C., Hispanics in Hawaii and Black People in North Dakota