Life expectancy at birth in the United States in 2015, by race, Hispanic origin and sex

Life expectancy at birth in the U.S. 2015, by race, Hispanic origin and sex This graph displays the life expectancy of the population in the United States in 2015, by race, Hispanic origin and sex. In 2015, a new born Hispanic child in the United States had a projected life expectancy of 82 years.
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Both sexesMaleFemale
All races and origins78.876.381.2
White, non-Hispanic78.776.381.1
Black, non-Hispanic75.171.878.1
Hispanic8279.384.3
Both sexesMaleFemale
All races and origins78.876.381.2
White, non-Hispanic78.776.381.1
Black, non-Hispanic75.171.878.1
Hispanic8279.384.3
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This graph displays the life expectancy of the population in the United States in 2015, by race, Hispanic origin and sex. In 2015, a new born Hispanic child in the United States had a projected life expectancy of 82 years.
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Release date
November 2017
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United States
Survey time period
2015

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