Rydym yn derbyn data am farwolaethau o'r gofrestr marwolaethau, felly dim ond data am farwolaethau cofrestredig sydd ar gael. Caiff y wybodaeth hon ei dadansoddi yn ôl oedran, rhyw, ardaloedd yn y DU, a'r achos marwolaethau. Mae rhai o'r setiau data ar gael ar ffurf cyfres hirdymor.
In 2020, there were 607,922 deaths registered in England and Wales; an increase of 14.5% compared with 2019 (530,841 deaths).
In 2020, there were more male deaths registered than female deaths (308,069 male deaths, 299,853 female deaths); the opposite of 2019 and the first time this has been the case since 1981.
Taking into account the population size and age structure, age-standardised mortality rates (ASMRs) in England and Wales increased significantly, by 14.6% for males and 11.9% for females; ASMRs for 2020 were significantly higher than every year back to 2010 in males and 2009 in females.
Provisional counts of the number of deaths registered in England and Wales, by age, sex and region, in the latest weeks for which data are available. Includes the most up-to-date figures available for deaths involving coronavirus (COVID-19).
Provisional counts of the number of deaths and age-standardised mortality rates involving the coronavirus (COVID-19) in England and Wales. Figures are provided by age, sex, geographies down to local authority level and deprivation indices.
Number of deaths registered each month by area of usual residence for England and Wales, by region, county, local and unitary authority, and London borough. These are monthly provisional data covering the month before release and do not include the most up-to-date figures on deaths registered involving coronavirus (COVID-19); see our weekly deaths data.
This summary report presents trends in age-standardised mortality rates in the UK and constituent countries over the period 1983 to 2013. Age-standardised rates allow valid comparisons to be made between different countries and over time. Trends in the overall number of deaths, infant deaths, causes of death for 3 broad disease groups (cancers, circulatory diseases and respiratory diseases) and age groups are included for both males and females
We look at the 3 measures of average life span, life expectancy at birth (mean age at death), median age at death and modal age at death, to better understand mortality at older age. In 2010 the most common age at death was 85 for men and 89 for women; the average life span increased by approximately 10 years for a man and 8 years for a woman.