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Longer Lives

In 2012, one in three deaths in England
was under the age of 751

Longer Lives highlights premature mortality across every local authority in England, giving people important information to help them improve their community’s health.

To use the map
  1. Select an indicator below to see variance across England
  2. Then select on the map to get the local picture
  3. Or search for your area, postcode or town

Click here to view a table of national comparisons

Show data for
Premature mortality outcomes
highworst below averageworse than average above averagebetter than average lowbest data unavailable

Peer group outcomes

Longer Lives provides peer grouping so local authorities can compare their premature mortality rates with others of similar socioeconomic status. On the right are the authorities with the best rates in each of the five more deprived groups, and the authorities with the worst rates in each of the five less deprived groups.

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1 Office for National Statistics. Mortality Statistics: Deaths Registered in England and Wales by Area of Usual Residence, 2011.