Poles live on average six years longer than 20 years ago, according to data from the Central Statistical Office. Men now live up to 72.4 years and women 80.9. That’s respectively 6.5 years and 5.8 years longer than in 1991. Life expectancy varies according to regions, with residents of the eastern Podkarpackie voivodship, one of the poorest in the country, living longer than their compatriots.
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