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Introduction

Indicators have been developed based on data around the 2011 Census for healthy life expectancy and life expectancy. Indicators for these, including inequality in these two key health outcomes, have been developed based on mortality data for the period 2009-13, self-reported health from the 2011 Census and 2011 population estimates.

These indicators supplement the Marmot Indicators 2015, but as they cannot be updated annually they are being provided separately.

The indicators can be accessed from the search boxes above. They display data for the following:

  • Healthy life expectancy at birth – males and females (2009-13)
  • Life expectancy at birth – males and females (2009-13)
  • Inequality in healthy life expectancy at birth – males and females (2009-13)
  • Inequality in life expectancy at birth – males and females (2009-13)

A pdf document is available for each upper tier local authority in England (excluding the City of London and Isles of Scilly). These contain a spine chart and a short description of each indicator.

Data for the indicators were released by the Office for National Statistics, and were commissioned by, and produced in conjunction with, Public Health England.

Recent updates

August 2016

Marmot indicators for 2014 and 2015 have been moved into Fingertips from legacy websites. No new data has been published