Average Life Expectancy: Male

2010-10-17 | Health |
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Average Life Expectancy: Male hokkaido aomori iwate miyagi akita yamagata fukushima ibaraki tochigi gunma saitama chiba tokyo kanagawa niigata toyama ishikawa fukui yamanashi nagano gifu sizuoka aichi mie shiga kyoto osaka hyogo nara wakayama tottori shimane okayama hiroshima yamaguchi tokushima kagawa ehime kochi fukuoka saga nagasaki kumamoto oita miyazaki kagoshima okinawa
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Average male life expectancy by prefecture from the Minsitry of Health, Labour and Welfare's life tables by prefecture. This data is prepared every 5 years and the most recent data is for 2005.

Life Table by Prefecture:
"The life table by prefecture is constructed every five years based on the Annual Vital Statistics and the Population Census, from 1965. This year marks the 9th time. The life table by prefecture is inevitable for comparative analysis of the situation of death on a prefectural level."

The transition of the average male life expectancy for the 40 year period from 1965 when this research was commenced is as follows:

In the period of 40 years, the average male life expectancy grew by 11.05 years, or by 116%. This rate of increase is slightly smaller than the average female life expectancy.

The average male life expectancy is longest in Nagano with 79.84 years. This is 3.57 years longer than the average male life expectancy in Aomori. The difference between the longest and shortest average female life expectancy is 2.08 years, and thus it can be said there is greater regional difference compared to the average female life expectancy.

Regionally, the average life expectancy is long in areas in central Japan around Nagano, and shorter in outer areas such as Kyushu, Shikoku, Tohoku and Hokkaido.

The correlative ranking shows that it is highly correlated with Prefectural Income and the rate of Broadband Contracts, probably because life expectancy is longer in urban areas such as Tokyo, Kanagawa and Aichi.

The negative correlation is clearer, showing that in areas with short average life expectancy, there are many deaths due to cerebral infarction which seems to result in the drop in average life expectancy. Areas with short average life expectancy also overlap with areas with many Suicide Victims: Male which also probably affects the results.

AVERAGE LIFE EXPECTANCY: MALE

RankPrefecturesAverage Life Expectancy: MaleStandard
Score
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1Nagano80.8872.02
2Shiga80.5867.20
3Fukui80.4765.43
4Kumamoto80.2962.54
5Kanagawa80.2561.90
6Kyoto80.2161.25
7Nara80.1460.13
8Oita80.0658.84
9Yamagata79.9757.40
10Shizuoka79.9557.07
11Gifu79.9256.59
12Hiroshima79.9156.43
13Chiba79.8855.95
14Tokyo79.8254.99
15Okayama79.7754.18
16Kagawa79.7353.54
17Ishikawa79.7153.22
17Aichi79.7153.22
17Toyama79.7153.22
20Miyazaki79.7053.06
21Mie79.6852.74
22Miyagi79.6552.25
23Saitama79.6251.77
24Hyogo79.5951.29
25Yamanashi79.5450.49
26Shimane79.5150.00
27Niigata79.4749.36
28Tokushima79.4448.88
29Okinawa79.4048.24
29Gunma79.4048.24
31Fukuoka79.3046.63
32Saga79.2846.31
33Kagoshima79.2145.18
34Hokkaido79.1744.54
35Ehime79.1343.90
36Ibaraki79.0943.25
37Wakayama79.0742.93
38Tochigi79.0642.77
39Yamaguchi79.0342.29
40Tottori79.0141.97
41Osaka78.9941.65
42Kochi78.9140.36
43Nagasaki78.8839.88
44Fukushima78.8439.24
45Iwate78.5334.25
46Akita78.2229.27
47Aomori77.2814.17
Japan79.59
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