The UK ranks in the bottom half of the EU for life expectancy - despite being the second richest country.
The US on average has a lower life expectancy at birth than EU countries - but has less disparity between states than the EU does.
On average, a baby born today in the EU can be expected to live to 80, and a baby born in the US can expect to live to 78 and 9 months.
Those living in Hawaii have the longest life expectancy in the US, with an average expectancy of 81.2 years.
In the South of the Unites States, the average age is lowest. Those in Mississippi have an average life expectancy of 75, and it's neighbouring states of West Virginia, Alabama, Louisiana and Oklahoma are all in the bottom 5 for shortest lives - all with life expectancies of less than 76.
Life expectancy in the US and in Europe on the subnational level.
(Same legend in both maps)