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Table 25. Primary and Secondary Syphilis - Reported Cases and Rates by State, Ranked by Rates, United States, 2010

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Rank*StateCasesRate per 100,000 Population
1Louisiana54612.2
2Georgia7958.1
3Mississippi2287.7
4Arkansas2057.1
5Illinois9087.0
6Florida1,1846.4
7Maryland3285.8
8New York1,0985.6
9California2,0655.6
10Alabama2605.5
11Texas1,2305.0
12Nevada1304.9
13Ohio5284.6
U.S. TOTAL†13,7744.5
14Tennessee2774.4
15Massachusetts2854.3
16North Carolina3964.2
17Washington2664.0
18Rhode Island413.9
19Virginia2793.5
20Arizona2303.5
21South Carolina1553.4
22Kentucky1393.2
23Pennsylvania3692.9
24Minnesota1492.8
25New Jersey2442.8
26Connecticut982.8
27Colorado1382.7
28Indiana1752.7
29Hawaii352.7
30New Mexico532.6
31Missouri1522.5
32Oklahoma922.5
33Maine322.4
34Michigan2352.4
35Utah652.3
36Oregon711.9
37New Hampshire221.7
38Delaware91.0
39Wisconsin490.9
40Kansas190.7
41Nebraska120.7
42Vermont40.6
43Iowa190.6
44South Dakota40.5
45North Dakota30.5
46Alaska30.4
47Idaho60.4
48West Virginia60.3
49Montana30.3
Wyoming00.0

*States were ranked in descending order by rate and by number of cases.

†Total includes cases reported by the District of Columbia with 134 cases and a rate of 22.3, but excludes outlying areas (Guam with 1 case and rate of 0.6, Puerto Rico with 228 cases and rate of 5.7, and Virgin Islands with 0 cases and rate of 0.0).

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