Answered By: Robin Chan
Last Updated: Dec 12, 2014     Views: 32

The answer varies according to which source is used:

  • World Statistics Pocketbook (United Nations)
    Reference HA 154 .W62 2010, no. 35
    Life expectancy at birth (2010-2015):
    Russian Federation
    - male - 61.9 years
    - female - 74.1 years
  • Social Indicators (United Nations Statistics Division)
    Life expectancy at birth (2010-2015):
    Russian Federation
    - men - 63 years
    - women - 75 years
  • CIA World Factbook
    Reference G 122 .U562
    Life expectancy at birth (2011 estimates):
    Russia
    - total population - 66.29 years
    - male - 59.8 years
    - female - 73.17 years
  • World Life Expectancy website (data from these primary sources: WHO, World Bank, UNESCO, CIA and individual country databases for global health and causes of death)
    Russia
    - total population - 66.2 years
    - male - 59.5 years
    - female - 73.2 years
  • World Health Statistics 2011 (World Health Organization)
    Life expectancy at birth (2009):
    Russian Federation
    - both sexes - 68 years
    - male - 62 years
    - female - 74 years

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