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Deaths by State

(number in thousands; rates per 1,000 population in each area)

Area 2004
number
Rate
United States1 2,398.3 8.2
Alabama 46.1 10.2
Alaska 3.0 4.7
Arizona 43.2 7.5
Arkansas 27.5 10.0
California2 n.a. n.a.
Colorado 28.3 6.2
Connecticut 29.3 8.4
Delaware 7.2 8.6
District of Columbia 5.4 9.8
Florida 169.0 9.7
Georgia 65.9 7.5
Hawaii 9.0 7.2
Idaho 10.0 7.2
Illinois2 n.a. n.a.
Indiana 54.3 8.7
Iowa 26.9 9.1
Kansas 23.8 8.7
Kentucky 38.7 9.3
Louisiana 42.3 9.4
Maine 12.4 9.4
Maryland 43.2 7.8
Massachusetts 54.5 8.5
Michigan 85.2 8.4
Minnesota 37.1 7.3
Mississippi 27.9 9.6
Missouri 53.9 9.4
Montana 8.1 8.7
Nebraska 14.6 8.4
Nevada 17.9 7.7
New Hampshire 10.1 7.8
New Jersey2 n.a. n.a.
New Mexico 14.3 7.5
New York 152.7 7.9
North Carolina 72.4 8.5
North Dakota 5.6 8.8
Ohio 106.4 9.3
Oklahoma 34.5 9.8
Oregon 30.3 8.4
Pennsylvania 127.6 10.3
Rhode Island 9.8 9.0
South Carolina 37.3 8.9
South Dakota 6.8 8.9
Tennessee 55.8 9.5
Texas 153.0 6.8
Utah 13.3 5.6
Vermont 5.0 8.0
Virginia 56.5 7.6
Washington 44.8 7.2
West Virginia 20.8 11.5
Wisconsin 45.6 8.3
Wyoming 4.0 7.8
     
Puerto Rico 28.9 7.4
Virgin Islands 0.6 5.7
Guam 0.7 4.1
American Samoa 0.3 4.9
Northern Marianas 0.2 2.1
NOTE: Preliminary data.
1. Excludes data for Puerto Rico, Virgin Islands, Guam, American Samoa, and Northern Marianas.
2. Not shown separately, but included in U.S. totals.
Source: U.S. National Center for Health Statistics, National Vital Statistics Reports, Vol. 54, No. 19, June 28, 2006.

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Deaths, by State, 2005 Mortality Deaths, 1900–2004

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