Getty ImagesIf youre born in the South, possibilities are youll have a much shorter life expectancy compared to the remainder of the United States, according to recently released information from the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention on Thursday.The findings, released by the National Vital Statistics Reports, analyzed state-level death and population price quotes from 2018, as well as state-specific death and population figures for older Medicare recipients that year.The CDC found that Americans are anticipated to live 78.7 years at birth, though ladies were more most likely to outlast guys by 5 years nationwide, according to the report. States in the South faired worse when compared to their Western and northeastern counterparts.West Virginia, Mississippi, Alabama, Kentucky, Tennessee, Louisiana, Oklahoma, Arkansas, South Carolina and Missouri all ranked within the bottom ten states for life span, respectively, the CDC found. West Virginia, which had a life span of 74.4 years, ranked the most affordable for both guys and ladies.”With a few exceptions, the states with the biggest sex differences are those with lower life expectancy at birth, while the tiniest sex differences are found primarily amongst states with greater life span,” CDC scientists wrote in the report.Meanwhile, Hawaii took the top spot for the state with the greatest life span at 81 years. The Aloha state was followed by California, New York, Minnesota, Connecticut, Massachusetts, Washington, Colorado, New Jersey and Rhode Island to round out the leading ten states where youll live the longest.The CDCs latest life expectancy figures comes just short of a month after the company released a provisional report in February that found life expectancy throughout the pandemic fell by a year in the very first half of 2020– the greatest decrease since World War 2. According to that report, the CDC forecasted life expectancy for Americans at birth in 2020 was 77.8 years.– Reuters added to this report.