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Standardised death rate by age (European Standard Population 1976). By sex

Standardised death rate by age (European Standard Population 1976). By sex Catalonia.
Men Women Total
2008 657 368 496
2007 682 381 514
2006 700 388 525
2005 723 399 542
2004 738 408 554
2003 755 418 566
2002 762 420 570
2001 782 432 586
2000 789 436 591
Units: Deaths per 100,000 inhabitants.
Source: Idescat.
Standardised death rate by age (European Standard Population 1976). By sex Spain.
Men Women Total
2008 683 385 554
2007 697 391 564
2006 720 402 578
2005 735 409 593
2004 764 427 616
2003 776 432 628
2002 791 440 638
2001 798 441 643
2000 821 454 656
Units: Deaths per 100,000 inhabitants.
Source: Eurostat.

Date published: November 19, 2013.

Statistics IEV

Methodological note

The standardised death rate by age (a calculation also called direct standardisation) is the number of deaths expressed per 100,000 inhabitants that are registered in a population if it had the same age structure as a standard fixed population and the same death rates per age. In this case, it is the European standard population defined by the World Health Organization.

The rates for Catalonia correspond to the 5-year running means centred on the year of reference of the table and the rates of the European Union and Spain correspond to the 3-year running means centred on the year of reference of the table.