Neighbourhoods

Male life expectancy, comparison across Glasgow neighbourhoods
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In the period 2015-19, estimated male life expectancy at birth within Glasgow ranged from 65.4 years in Greater Govan to 83 years in Pollokshields West, a gap of more than 17 years.

Female life expectancy, comparison across Glasgow neighbourhoods
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In the period 2015-19, estimated female life expectancy at birth within Glasgow ranged from 72.7 years in Ruchill and Possilpark to 86.1 years in Anniesland, Jordanhill & Whiteinch, a gap of more than 13 years.

Further information on neighbourhoods in Glasgow are available in our profile section.

Notes

The data presented above were published in Health in a changing city: Glasgow 2021a GCPH report that examined demographic, socio-economic, environmental and health trends in Glasgow over the last two decades.

Additional Resources

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