Table 3

Overall life expectancy (LE) and Slope Index of Inequality (SII) at all ages, Qu├ębec, 1989-2004*

Age

Males

1989-1992

1995-1998

2001-2004


Overall LE

SII (%)

Overall LE

SII (%)

Overall LE

SII (%)


0

73.5

3.1 (4.2)

74.7

3.7 (5.0)

76.9

3.7 (4.8)

1

73.0

3.1 (4.2)

74.1

3.6 (4.9)

76.2

3.7 (4.9)

5

69.1

3.1 (4.5)

70.2

3.5 (5.0)

72.3

3.6 (5.0)

10

64.2

3.0 (4.7)

65.3

3.4 (5.2)

67.3

3.6 (5.3)

15

59.3

3.0 (5.1)

60.3

3.4 (5.6)

62.4

3.5 (5.6)

20

54.5

2.8 (5.1)

55.6

3.2 (5.8)

57.6

3.4 (5.9)

25

49.8

2.5 (5.0)

50.9

2.9 5.7)

52.8

3.1 (5.9)

30

45.2

2.4 (5.3)

46.2

2.7 (5.8)

48.0

3.0 (6.3)

35

40.5

2.2 (5.4)

41.4

2.6 (6.3)

43.3

2.9 (6.7)

40

35.8

2.1 (5.9)

36.7

2.4 (6.5)

38.5

2.7 (7.0)

45

31.2

2.0 (6.4)

32.1

2.2 (6.9)

33.8

2.5 (7.4)

50

26.7

1.8 (6.7)

27.6

2.0 (7.2)

29.3

2.3 (7.8)

55

22.5

1.5 (6.7)

23.3

1.7 (7.3)

24.9

2.0 (8.0)

60

18.6

1.2 (6.5)

19.2

1.4 (7.3)

20.7

1.7 (8.2)

65

15.1

1.0 (6.6)

15.5

1.1 (7.1)

16.9

1.4 (8.3)

70

11.9

0.7 (5.9)

12.2

0.8 (6.6)

13.4

1.0 (7.5)

75

9.3

0.5 (5.4)

9.4

0.7 (7.4)

10.3

0.8 (7.8)

80

7.1

0.3 (4.2)

7.0

0.4 (5.7)

7.7

0.8 (10.4)

85

5.5

0.2 (3.6)

5.2

0.4 (7.7)

5.6

0.7 (12.5)

90

4.3

0.5 (11.6)

3.9

0.5 (12.8)

4.2

1.0 (23.8)


Age

Females

1989-1992

1995-1998

2001-2004


Overall LE

SII (%)

Overall LE

SII (%)

Overall LE

SII (%)

0

80.7

1.8 (2.2)

81.0

1.9 (2.3)

82.2

2.0 (2.4)

1

80.2

1.7 (2.1)

80.4

1.7 2.1)

81.5

2.0 (2.5)

5

76.3

1.6 (2.1)

76.5

1.7 (2.2)

77.6

2.0 (2.6)

10

71.3

1.6 (2.2)

71.6

1.6 (2.2)

72.6

2.0 (2.8)

15

66.4

1.6 (2.4)

66.6

1.6 (2.4)

67.7

1.9 (2.8)

20

61.5

1.6 (2.6)

61.7

1.6 (2.6)

62.7

1.9 (3.0)

25

56.6

1.5 (2.7)

56.8

1.5 (2.6)

57.8

1.8 (3.1)

30

51.7

1.5 (2.9)

51.9

1.4 (2.7)

52.9

1.8 (3.4)

35

46.9

1.5 (3.2)

47.1

1.4 (3.0)

48.0

1.7 (3.5)

40

42.0

1.4 (3.3)

42.2

1.3 (3.1)

43.2

1.6 (3.7)

45

37.3

1.3 (3.5)

37.5

1.2 (3.2)

38.4

1.6 (4.2)

50

32.7

1.2 (3.7)

32.8

1.0 (3.0)

33.8

1.4 (4.1)

55

28.2

1.1 (3.9)

28.3

0.9 (3.2)

29.2

1.3 (4.5)

60

23.9

0.9 (3.8)

24.0

0.8 (3.3)

24.8

1.0 (4.0)

65

19.8

0.8 (4.0)

19.8

0.7 (3.5)

20.6

0.9 (4.4)

70

16.0

0.7 (4.4)

15.9

0.6 (3.8)

16.6

0.7 (4.2)

75

12.5

0.5 (4.0)

12.4

0.6 (4.8)

13.0

0.6 (4.6)

80

9.5

0.5 (5.3)

9.3

0.5 (5.4)

9.7

0.6 (6.2)

85

7.0

0.5 (7.1)

6.7

0.6 (9.0)

6.9

0.7 (10.1)

90

5.3

0.5 (9.4)

4.8

0.7 (14.6)

4.9

0.6 (12.2)


* The percentages were computed by dividing the overall life expectancy with the slope index of inequality multiplied by 100, to reflect the relative importance of inequalities with respect to overall life expectancy.

Auger et al. BMC Public Health 2010 10:161   doi:10.1186/1471-2458-10-161

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