How Long Will You Live

Introduction

Based on your age and statistical mortality data from the USA, we can give you amazing information about your longevity and where you stand statistically.

We have used US mortality data from 2015 from the United States Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC).

Say, for example, that you are a 65 years old person.

Using the information on this page you will be able to answer the following two questions:

  1. Out of all the people who died in the USA in 2015 (100% of the dataset), what percentage died younger than 65 years old?
  2. Out of all the people in the USA who were 65 years old in 2015 (100% of the dataset), what percentage died during that year?

The two leading causes of death in the USA are heart disease and cancer [1].

Say, for example, that you are a 65 years old person with a heart disease.

Using the information on this page you will be able to answer the following two questions (for both heart disease and cancer):

  1. Out of all the people in the USA who died of heart disease in 2015 (100% of the dataset), what percentage died younger than 65 years old?
  2. Out of all the people in the USA who were 65 years old in 2015 (100% of the dataset), what percentage died of heart disease during that year?

To view the answers to these questions please select your age group and then click the "Go" button.

Please select your age group below: