Gibraltarians living longer

Longevity in Gibraltar has generally been good in recent years with the Census 2001 estimates showing life expectancies of 78.5 years (males) and 83.3 years (females).

The mean age of death in the resident male population was 72.4 years (2005), 74.9 years (2006). 74.6 years (2007) and 73.7 (2008), while that of the female population was 81.7 years (2005). 79.6 years (2006). 82.7 years (2007) and 83.3 (2008).

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