Geo-demographic data tool showing age longevity differences across UK postcodes
Data from CACI has revealed that some people might only expect to live to 80, while people in close-by postcodes are predicted to live around 20% longer - up to the age of 95. The ‘Longevity Acorn' dataset reports life expectancy in 16 different categories for British men and women, using location insight at postcode level to indicate differences. It has revealed that average life expectancy for a person at 65 in the UK is 85 years and seven months, with women expected to live for 86 years...
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