Deaths, Slovenia, 2014
Women at death on average 8 years older than men
In 2014, 18,886 people died or 2.3% less than in 2013. The mean age for men at death was 72.7 years, the mean age for women was 80.9 years. Infant mortality was the lowest after 2012. A boy born in 2014 can expect to live 77.97 years and a girl 83.68 years.
In 2014, 18,886 people died in Slovenia or 2.3% less than in 2013
In 2014, 18,886 people died in Slovenia or 448 (2.3%) less than in 2013. The crude death rate (number of deaths per 1,000 population) was 9.2.
In 2014 in Slovenia more women died than men (9,208 men and 9,678 women). Between 1954 and 2008 the number of deaths of men was higher than the number of deaths of women. Since 2009 more female deaths than male deaths were recorded due to the population structure in older ages where women predominate.
Men at death on average 8 years younger than women
In Slovenia the mean age at death is on the rise; in 2014 it was 76.9 years. The mean age for men at death was 72.7 years, while the mean age for women at death was 80.9 years (men at death were on average 8.2 years younger than women at death).
Every fourth man at death below 65 years of age
Premature mortality is the share of deaths under the age of 65 among all deaths. Every fifth person who died in 2014 was younger than 65 years (every fourth among men who died and every ninth among women who died).
Lower infant mortality rate
In 2014, 39 infant deaths were recorded; 19 deaths of boys and 20 of girls. Infant mortality was 1.8 which is the second lowest number of infant mortality so far.
A boy born in 2014 can expect to live almost 6 years less than a girl born in the same year
Women live longer than men. A boy born in 2014 can expect to live 77.97 years and a girl 83.68 years.
In the past three decades male life expectancy increased by 10.6 years and female life expectancy by 8.1 years. From 1984 to 2014 the difference in life expectancy between women and men declined from from 8.9 years to 5.7 years.
Another year of natural increase
In Slovenia in 2014, a natural increase was recorded for the ninth consecutive year, when 2,279 people more were born than died. Compared to 2013 the natural increase increased by 502 persons. The value of natural increase per 1,000 population raised from 0.9 in 2013 to 1.1 in 2014.
Data on natural increase by municipalities and regions are published on the SI-STAT Data Portal.
Table 1: Deaths, Slovenia
Source: SURS, NIJZ
Table 2: Natural increase, Slovenia
Source: SURS, NIJZ