The United States Small-Area Life Expectancy Project (USALEEP) is the first public health outcome measure available nationwide at the census tract level—measuring life expectancy at birth for nearly every neighborhood in the country. A joint effort of The Robert Wood Johnson Foundation, National Association for Public Health Statistics and Information Systems (NAPHSIS), and the National Center for Health Statistics (NCHS) at the Centers for Disease Control (CDC), USALEEP data provide unparalleled insights into community health and demonstrate that not everyone has the same opportunity to be healthy where they live.

Resources:

Project Background and Description

 

NCHS Life Expectancy Estimates, Life Tables and Methodology - New! Data from Maine and Wisconsin now available.
 

New! Interactive Map - Life Expectancy at Birth for U.S. States and Census Tracts, 2010-2015
 

Where You Live Affects How Long You Live – online interactive tool to explore how your census tract or zip code compares to the rest of the country

If you’ve used the estimates in your work, we’d love to know about it! Please send us a detailed description, final reports or links to where others may find your work. We will promote it to our membership and update this page with the different ways the estimates have been used.

 

See national news articles on this project:

Washington Post

ThinkAdvisor

NewsWeek

Bloomberg

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