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By Emily Poole

by Emily PooleStaring at excel spreadsheets can make hard reading. In this infographic, designed by Emily Poole, we look at life expectancy by train stop. A several minute train journey across the city can mean a big difference in life expectancy, with for example, women in the Redland area living an average 5 years longer than those in Lawrence Hill.

All of the statistics reflect the general life expectancy of the surrounding ward. They can be accessed in their spreadsheet form here: (link)

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