For Belgium, people in Limburg and Flemish Brabant live longer, compared to other Belgian regions: Belgian regions with Highest Life Expectancies 2016

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Categories: General Europe
Dataset contains 11 data items (see table below).

Overview

This dataset ranks life expectancies by regions in Belgium. People in both Limburg and Flemish Brabant have the longest life expectancy, at 82.9 years of age, compared to other regions in Belgium.

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Men in Limburg live the longest, on average, at 80.6 years of age, while men in Hainaut have the lowest life expectancy at 75.7 years, compared to their peers in the Belgian regions in this dataset.

Women in Flemish Brabant have the highest life expectancy at 85.3 years of age, while women in Hainaut have the lowest life expectancy at 81.9 years, compared to women in other Belgian regions in this dataset.

 


European Countries and their Region with Highest Life Expectacy

Whole of Europe  |   United Kingdom, Inner London West  |  Germany, Upper Bavaria

France, Île-de-FranceItaly, Trentino  |  Spain, Community of Madrid  |  Poland, Lesser Poland

Greece, Epirus  |  Netherlands, Ultrecht  |  Austria, Tyrol  |  Belgium, Limburg

Sweden, Stockholm  |  Czech Republic, Prague  |  Portugal, Norte

Hungary,  Central Hungary  |   Switzerland, Ticino  |  Norway, Olso and Akershus

 

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