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Table 34. Tuberculosis Cases and Percentages by Excess Alcohol Use,1 Age ≥ 15: Reporting Areas, 2010

Reporting Area Total
Cases
Cases with Information on
Excess Alcohol Use
Cases Reporting
Excess Alcohol Use
No. (%) No. (%)

United States

10,541

10,123

(96.0)

1,267

(12.5)

Alabama

138

137

(99.3)

24

(17.5)

Alaska

54

50

(92.6)

24

(48.0)

Arizona

265

212

(80.0)

27

(12.7)

Arkansas

73

69

(94.5)

11

(15.9)

California

2,222

2,169

(97.6)

167

(7.7)

Colorado

66

66

(100.0)

3

(4.5)

Connecticut

79

79

(100.0)

4

(5.1)

Delaware

19

19

(100.0)

2

(10.5)

District of Columbia

42

42

(100.0)

3

(7.1)

Florida

778

773

(99.4)

124

(16.0)

Georgia

384

376

(97.9)

55

(14.6)

Hawaii

108

92

(85.2)

6

(6.5)

Idaho

13

13

(100.0)

1

(7.7)

Illinois

366

351

(95.9)

44

(12.5)

Indiana

81

81

(100.0)

20

(24.7)

Iowa

45

43

(95.6)

7

(16.3)

Kansas

41

41

(100.0)

4

(9.8)

Kentucky

90

89

(98.9)

10

(11.2)

Louisiana

193

191

(99.0)

40

(20.9)

Maine

7

7

(100.0)

0

(0.0)

Maryland

210

204

(97.1)

12

(5.9)

Massachusetts

216

215

(99.5)

17

(7.9)

Michigan

173

157

(90.8)

25

(15.9)

Minnesota

128

128

(100.0)

5

(3.9)

Mississippi

111

111

(100.0)

13

(11.7)

Missouri

100

94

(94.0)

15

(16.0)

Montana

5

5

(100.0)

3

(60.0)

Nebraska

26

25

(96.2)

2

(8.0)

Nevada

96

95

(99.0)

11

(11.6)

New Hampshire

8

8

(100.0)

0

(0.0)

New Jersey

378

377

(99.7)

20

(5.3)

New Mexico

51

51

(100.0)

7

(13.7)

New York State2

232

226

(97.4)

20

(8.8)

New York City

684

543

(79.4)

76

(14.0)

North Carolina

272

272

(100.0)

31

(11.4)

North Dakota

12

12

(100.0)

2

(16.7)

Ohio

182

176

(96.7)

17

(9.7)

Oklahoma

76

57

(75.0)

11

(19.3)

Oregon

83

83

(100.0)

11

(13.3)

Pennsylvania

227

223

(98.2)

16

(7.2)

Rhode Island

22

22

(100.0)

1

(4.5)

South Carolina

140

137

(97.9)

33

(24.1)

South Dakota

11

10

(90.9)

3

(30.0)

Tennessee

178

178

(100.0)

28

(15.7)

Texas

1,284

1,269

(98.8)

268

(21.1)

Utah

20

20

(100.0)

2

(10.0)

Vermont

5

5

(100.0)

1

(20.0)

Virginia

257

257

(100.0)

21

(8.2)

Washington

219

194

(88.6)

15

(7.7)

West Virginia

15

15

(100.0)

1

(6.7)

Wisconsin

50

49

(98.0)

4

(8.2)

Wyoming

6

5

(83.3)

0

(0.0)

American Samoa3

3

3

(100.0)

1

(33.3)

Fed. States of Micronesia3

121

119

(98.3)

6

(5.0)

Guam3

81

77

(95.1)

1

(1.3)

Marshall Islands3

147

145

(98.6)

38

(26.2)

N. Mariana Islands3

32

32

(100.0)

0

(0.0)

Puerto Rico3

78

77

(98.7)

9

(11.7)

Republic of Palau3

16

16

(100.0)

2

(12.5)

U.S. Virgin Islands3

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1Excess alcohol use within past 12 months of TB diagnosis. Percentage based on 52 reporting areas (50 states, New York City, and the District of Columbia). Counts and percentages shown only for reporting areas with information reported for ≥75% of cases.

2Excludes New York City.

3Not included in U.S. totals.

Note: Ellipses indicate data not available.

 
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