Total † (years)
Sex † (years)
Race/Ethnicity † (years)
|Hispanic or Latino||
|Black or African American only, not Hispanic or Latino||
|White only, not Hispanic or Latino||
Age † (years)
|At age 25||
|At age 65||
Note: Except for data by age, figures are for life expectancy free of disability at birth.
The term disability describes people at risk of a limitation in their ability to fully participate in society. People are identified as having a disability through a set of 6 standardized questions developed for the American Community Survey (ACS). These questions ask if a person has difficulty in any of these 6 domains of functioning:
- Remembering or making decisions
- Walking or climbing stairs
- Dressing or bathing
- Doing errands alone
The confidence level used for OHM data is 95 percent.