Whites, Asians and Indians live a longer life in D.C., Hispanics in Hawaii and Blacks in North Dakota; Life Expectancy in U.S. States, 2018
This dataset ranks life expectancies for different races/ethnicities by U.S. states and territories. American Indians, whites and Asian people in D.C. (District of Columbia) have the highest average life expectancies at 90.5, 87.5 and 89.5 years of age respectively., while Hispanics and black people have the longest life expectancies in Hawaii (87.9 years of age) and North Dakota (82.1 years of age) respectively.
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American Indians have the lowest average life expectancy in South Dakota at 67.8 years of age, while Hispanics in New Mexico have the lowest average life expectancy at 78.6 years of age.
White, black and Asian people in West Virginia have the lowest life expectancies (74.8, 72.2 and 80 years of age respectively).
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