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11672: Projected life expectancy, for men, women and both sexes combined, in 3 alternatives (The 2018 projections) 2017 - 2100

Marianne Tønnessen, Statistics Norway
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Sturla Løkken, Statistics Norway
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Stefan Leknes, Statistics Norway
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Astri Syse, Statistics Norway
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2018-06-26 08:00
Life expectancy:
Life expectancy:
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The life expectancy estimates in the population projections differ somewhat from the life expectancies in the general population statistics (maximum 0.5 years). In the projections, the estimates of life expectancy are based on age at the end of the year and not at time of death. Furthermore, the projections apply a different model (an exponential model) in the calculations of the probabilities of death.