Indicators are explained below the map.
Numbers in green = better than EU average; red = worse than EU average.
|Life expectancy||Men: 80.6 years|
|Women: 84.2 years|
|Self-perceived health||Low education level: 67.9%|
|Medium education level: 75.9%|
|High education level: 82.2%|
|Access to health care services||Low education level: 1.8%|
|Medium education level: 1.1%|
|High education level: 1.6%|
|Life expectancy||lowest: Övre Norrland, 81.7 years|
|highest: Stockholm, 83.0 years|
|At risk of poverty or social exclusion||lowest: Stockholm, 13.1%|
|highest: Mellersta Norrland, 23.6%|
|Tertiary educational attainment||lowest: Norra Mellansverige, 27.3%|
|highest: Stockholm, 44.4%|
Statistiska centralbyrån – Statistics Sweden
EuroHealthNet partners working on health inequalities
Public Health Agency of Sweden
Public Health Committee – Region Västra Götaland
Swedish Association of Local Authorities and Regions (SALAR)
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Resources from and about Sweden
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