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Life expectancy at birth in Slovenia is gradually getting longer, for both men and women. Life expectancy at birth for women is slightly longer than it is for men.



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Figure ZD26-1: Life expectancy at the time of birth from 2002 to 2012 by gender
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Life expectancy at birth, Eurostat, 2014

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2001  2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010
women years 80.4 80.5 80.3 80.8 80.9 82 82 82.6 82.7 83.1
men years 72.3 72.6 72.5 73.5 73.9 74.5 74.6 75.5 75.9 76.4
2011 2012
women years 83.3 83.3
men years 76.8 77.1
Figure ZD26-2: Life expectancy at birth for all European countries by gender, 2012
Sources: 

Life expectancy at birth, Eurostat, 2014

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women men
EU (28 countries) years 83.1 77.5
EU (27 countries) years 83.1 77.5
Euro area (18 countries) years 84.1 78.7
Euro area (17 countries) years 84.2 78.7
Belgium years 83.1 77.8
Bulgaria years 77.9 70.9
Czech Republic years 81.2 75.1
Denmark years 82.1 78.1
Germany years 83.3 78.6
Estonia years 81.5 71.4
Ireland years 83.2 78.7
Greece years 83.4 78
Spain years 85.5 79.5
France years 85.4 78.7
France (metropolitan) years 85.4 78.7
Croatia years 80.6 73.9
Italy years 84.8 79.8
Cyprus years 83.4 78.9
Latvia years 78.9 68.9
Lithuania years 79.6 68.4
Luxembourg years 83.8 79.1
Hungary years 78.7 71.6
Malta years 83 78.6
Netherlands years 83 79.3
Austria years 83.6 78.4
Poland years 81.1 72.7
Portugal years 83.6 77.3
Romania years 78.1 71
Slovenia years 83.3 77.1
Slovakia years 79.9 72.5
Finland years 83.7 77.7
Sweden years 83.6 79.9
United Kingdom years 82.8 79.1
Iceland years 84.3 81.6
Liechtenstein years 85.2 79.7
Norway years 83.5 79.5
Switzerland years 84.9 80.6
Montenegro years 78.4 74.3
F.Y.R of Macedonia, the years 76.9 73
Serbia years 77.5 72.3
Turkey years 80.5 74.8
Belarus years 77.8 66.6
Moldova years 74.9 67
Russia years : :
Ukraine years 76.1 66.1
Armenia years : :
Azerbaijan years 76.6 71.6
Georgia years : :