Vital Statistics of the United States, 1995 Preprint of Volume II, Mortality, Part A, Section 6 Life Tables
The general upward trend in life expectancy continued in 1995 reaching 75.8 years. This and other data on the expectation of life at birth and at different age intervals are shown by race and gender in Vital Statistics of the United States "1995 Preprint of Volume II, Mortality, Part A, Section 6 Life Tables." This report presents measures of comparative longevity by taking a "snapshot" of the current mortality experience. Trend tables beginning with the year 1900 are also included in this report.
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