What is the life expectancy of Michigan residents?

78 years old as of 2019. Female 80.3 Male 75.6

According to a recent report from the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), life expectancy in the United States averaged 78.8 years in 2019, up 0.1% from the previous year.

The CDC released these figures by citing analysis from the National Center for Health Statistics based on the death toll of each state in the United States.

The average life expectancy of Michigan residents is 78 years, slightly lower than the US average. Females were 80.3 years old and males 75.6 years old, indicating that females lived 4 years and 7 months longer than males.

Hawaii ranked first with the age of 80.9 (83.9 female, 78 male), tied with California (83.3 female, 78.4 male), Mississippi at 74.4 (77.6 female, 71.2 male) and West Virginia 74.5 (77.3 female, 71.9 male) ) remained at the bottom.

Michigan was ranked 34th overall. The average life expectancy in Michigan in 2018 was 77.7 years (80.1 females, 75.4 males), making some progress.

MI Asian Staff
Author: MI Asian Staff