List of Chinese administrative divisions by life expectancy

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This is a list of the first-level administrative divisions of the People's Republic of China (P.R.C.), including all provinces, autonomous regions, special administrative regions and municipalities, in order of their life expectancy in 2010.

The figures are from the 2013 Yearbook published by the Bureau of Statistics of the PRC. The Beijing and Shanghai figures are 2015 data from List of Chinese cities by life expectancy. The Hong Kong and Macau figures are 2016 figures from the CIA World Factbook. Note that there is a 2-year or 3-year gap between those figures.

Rank Name Life
expectancy
1 Macau 84.5
2 Hong Kong 82.9
3 Shanghai 82.75
4 Beijing 81.95
5 Tianjin 78.89
6 Zhejiang 77.73
7 Jiangsu 76.63
8 Guangdong 76.49
9 Shandong 76.46
10 Liaoning 76.38
11 Hainan 76.30
12 Jilin 76.18
13 Heilongjiang 75.98
14 Fujian 75.76
15 Chongqing 75.70
16 Guangxi 75.11
17 Anhui 75.08
18 Hebei 74.97
19 Shaanxi 74.92
20 Jiangxi 74.92
21 Hubei 74.87
22 Sichuan 74.75
23 Hunan 74.70
24 Shanxi 74.68
25 Henan 74.57
26 Neimenggu 74.44
27 Ningxia 73.38
28 Xinjiang 72.35
29 Gansu 72.23
30 Guizhou 71.10
31 Qinghai 69.96
32 Yunnan 69.54
33 Xizang 64.37

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References[edit]

  • National Bureau of Statistics of the People's Republic of China[1]
  • The World FactBook[2]
  • List of Chinese cities by life expectancy[3]