List of Presidents of the Philippines by longevity

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Emilio Aguinaldo, the longest-lived President in Philippine history
Ramon Magsaysay died youngest of all the Philippine Presidents
Fidel V. Ramos, the current oldest living President since 1997, is 90 years, 267 days old (born March 18, 1928).
Rodrigo Duterte, the oldest person to assume the presidency
Teofisto Guingona Jr., the current oldest living Vice-President since 1993, is 90 years, 159 days old (born July 4, 1928).

This is a list of Philippine Presidents by longevity, as of December 10, 2018. Two measures of the longevity are given - this allows for the differing number of leap days occurring within the lifespan of each President. The first column is the number of years the president lived, and the days after his or her last birthday. The second column breaks this number down into the total number of days lived by the president, accounting for leap days. The oldest living former president is Fidel V. Ramos (born March 18, 1928), who will tie Aguinaldo if he lives to February 2, 2023 and will outlive Aguinaldo if he lives past the aforementioned date.

List[edit]

Rank
President
Date of Birth
Date of Death
Longevity
(Years, Days)
Longevity
(Days)
1 Emilio Aguinaldo March 22, 1869 February 6, 1964 94 years, 321 days 34,653 days
2 Fidel Ramos March 18, 1928 Living 90 years, 267 days 33,139 days
3 Diosdado Macapagal September 28, 1910 April 21, 1997 86 years, 205 days 31,617 days
4 Sergio Osmeña September 9, 1878 October 19, 1961 83 years, 40 days 30,355 days
5 Joseph Estrada April 19, 1937 Living 81 years, 235 days 29,820 days
6 Corazon Aquino January 25, 1933 August 1, 2009 76 years, 188 days 27,947 days
7 Carlos P. Garcia November 4, 1896 June 14, 1971 74 years, 222 days 27,249 days
8 Rodrigo Duterte March 28, 1945 Living 73 years, 257 days 26,920 days
9 Ferdinand Marcos September 11, 1917 September 28, 1989 72 years, 17 days 26,315 days
10 Gloria Macapagal Arroyo April 5, 1947 Living 71 years, 249 days 26,182 days
11 José P. Laurel March 9, 1891 November 6, 1959 68 years, 242 days 25,078 days
12 Manuel L. Quezon August 19, 1878 August 1, 1944 65 years, 348 days 24,088 days
13 Elpidio Quirino November 16, 1890 February 29, 1956 65 years, 105 days 23,845 days
14 Benigno Aquino III February 8, 1960 Living 58 years, 305 days 21,490 days
15 Manuel Roxas January 1, 1892 April 15, 1948 56 years, 105 days 20,558 days
16 Ramon Magsaysay August 31, 1907 March 17, 1957 49 years, 198 days 18,096 days

List of Vice-Presidents by Longevity[edit]

Rank
Vice-President
Date of Birth
Date of Death
Longevity
(Years, Days)
Longevity
(Days)
1 Teofisto Guingona Jr. July 4, 1928 Living 90 years, 159 days 33,031 days
2 Fernando Lopez April 13, 1904 May 26, 1993 89 years, 43 days 32,550 days
3 Emmanuel Pelaez November 30, 1915 July 27, 2003 87 years, 239 days 32,016 days
4 Diosdado Macapagal September 28, 1910 April 21, 1997 86 years, 205 days 31,617 days
5 Sergio Osmeña September 9, 1878 October 19, 1961 83 years, 40 days 30,355 days
6 Joseph Estrada April 19, 1937 Living 81 years, 235 days 29,820 days
7 Jejomar Binay November 11, 1942 Living 76 years, 29 days 27,788 days
8 Salvador Laurel November 18, 1928 January 27, 2004 75 years, 70 days 27,463 days
9 Carlos P. Garcia November 4, 1896 June 14, 1971 74 years, 222 days 27,249 days
10 Gloria Macapagal Arroyo April 5, 1947 Living 71 years, 249 days 26,182 days
11 Noli de Castro July 6, 1949 Living 69 years, 157 days 25,359 days
12 Elpidio Quirino November 16, 1890 February 29, 1956 65 years, 105 days 23,845 days
13 Leni Robredo April 23, 1965 Living 53 years, 231 days 19,589 days