Ranking of the fifteen countries with the longest life expectancy of citizens

Ranking of the fifteen countries with the longest life expectancy of citizens

Scientists from the University of Pennsylvania compiled a ranking of the fifteen countries with the longest life expectancy of citizens. The most advanced age is around 79 women have lived in Switzerland for years. They calculated a very good result for Australia. There, life expectancy is approx 79 years for women and 74 years for men.

Estimated average age of life for women and men - ranking by country:

  1. Women: Switzerland (79,03 Years); The men: Australia (74,1 Years).
  2. K: Australia (78,79 Years), M: Sweden (74 Years).
  3. K: Norway (78,61 Years); M: Switzerland (73,7 Years).
  4. K: Sweden (78,39 Years); M: Norway (73,1 Years).
  5. K: The Netherlands (78,17 Years); M: The Netherlands (72,6 Years).
  6. K: France (76,97 Years); M: United Kingdom (72,33 Years).
  7. K: United Kingdom (76,3 Years); M: Denmark (71,87 Years).
  8. K: USA (76,43 Years); M: USA (71,57 Years).
  9. K: Denmark (75,83 Years); M: Finland (69,27 Years).
  10. K: Finland (75,17 Years); M: Belgium (68,84 Years).
  11. K: Belgium (74,74 Years); M: France (68,83 Years).
  12. K: Japan (72,9 Years); M: Spain (68,66 Years).
  13. K: Spain (72,24 Years); M: Italy (68,65 Years).
  14. K: Italy (72,14 Years); M: Japan (68,52 Years).
  15. K: Portugal (69,19 Years); M: Portugal (64,77 Years).