Annual Death Rate by State
Statistic Verification
Source: U.S. Census Bureau
Research Date: 7.9.2014
One can only speculate whey a certain state would have a higher death rate than another. Possibly regional diets may play a factor or it could just be an aging population in the state. States in the Southwest seem to have higher rates than West Coast and Northern Midwest territories.
Rank State Deaths Per 100,000
1 Mississippi 1,022
2 Louisiana 1,007
3 Alabama 1,004
4 Washington D.C. 982
5 Oklahoma 974
5 West Virginia 974
7 Tennessee 971
8 Kentucky 961
9 Arkansas 934
10 Georgia 932
11 South Carolina 916
12 Nevada 897
13 North Carolina 888
14 Missouri 884
15 Indiana 886
16 Ohio 862
17 Texas 846
  U.S. National Average 846
18 Delaware 833
19 Virginia 823
19 Michigan 823
21 Pennsylvania 822
22 Maryland 818
23 Maine 816
24 Wyoming 814
25 Illinois 811
26 Kansas 810
27 Montana 804
28 New Mexico 801
29 Oregon 788
30 Alaska 781
31 Idaho 775
31 Arizona 775
33 South Dakota 767
34 Florida 765
34 Nebraska 765
36 Utah 764
37 New Jersey 762
38 Colorado 759
39 Wisconsin 758
40 Rhode Island 753
41 Washington 752
42 New Hampshire 751
43 Iowa 748
44 Massachusetts 745
45 Vermont 741
46 New York 738
47 California 727
48 North Dakota 723
49 Connecticut 708
50 Minnesota 697
51 Hawaii 623
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