80% of US Men Born in 1952 were alive in 2017 compared to 88% of Women Born in ’52

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This differential, for Americans born 65 years ago, increases sharply with age, as 65% of women born 80 years ago were alive in 2017 compared to 51% men of men. Hispanic men are more likely to be alive than non-Hispanic white men, who are more likely to be alive than black men.

While black men are less likely than white men to live to virtually all ages, black men are slightly more likely to be alive than white men at 100, but the sample sizes may be too small to draw conclusions.

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