Table. Top-10 Countries With the Oldest Populations Vary by Measurement Used
|Share of the Population Ages 65 and Older, 2015||Share of the Population With a Remaining Life Expectancy of 15 Years or Less|
Also know, who is the oldest person in the world 2020?
Also, where do most centenarians live?
Top 5 Places Where People Live the Longest Around the World
- Okinawa, Japan. In Okinawa — an archipelago 360 miles off the coast of Japan — you'll find the world's highest prevalence of proven centenarians: 740 out of a population of 1.3 million.
- Sardinia, Italy.
- Loma Linda, California.
- Nicoya, Costa Rica.
- Ikaria, Greece.
Can a person live to be 200 years old?
Today, no one is over 200 years old, and no one will be soon. However, some humans born today have the potential to live over 100 years as things are now! New developments in medicine could extend that time. For example, senolytic drugs have the potential to extend lives by as much as 30%. That's 30 years.
What race has the longest lifespan?
Today, Asian Americans live the longest (87.1 years), followed by Latinos (83.3 years), whites (78.9 years), Native Americans (76.9 years), and African Americans (75.4 years). Where people live, combined with race and income, play a huge role in whether they may die young.