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Table 13. Gonorrhea - Reported Cases and Rates per 100,000 Population, Ranked by Rates, United States, 2011

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Rank*StateCasesRate per 100,000 Population
1Louisiana9,169202.3
2Mississippi5,814195.9
3Alabama9,132191.1
4North Carolina17,454183.0
5South Carolina8,350180.5
6Georgia16,428169.6
7Arkansas4,687160.7
8Ohio16,726145.0
9Alaska984138.5
10Illinois17,037132.8
11Michigan12,901130.5
12Missouri7,802130.3
13Texas30,930123.0
14Tennessee7,667120.8
15Oklahoma4,215112.4
16Maryland6,458111.9
17Pennsylvania13,770108.4
18New York20,706106.9
19Florida19,689104.7
U.S. TOTAL†321,849104.2
20Kentucky4,521104.2
21Indiana6,569101.3
22Delaware82792.1
23New Mexico1,83989.3
24Wisconsin4,78984.2
25New Jersey7,34883.6
26Virginia6,51881.5
27Kansas2,20977.4
28Nevada2,00074.1
29Nebraska1,35274.0
30South Dakota60273.9
31California27,51673.9
32Arizona4,56471.4
33Connecticut2,44968.5
34Iowa1,92063.0
35Hawaii68550.4
36Colorado2,36347.0
37Minnesota2,28443.1
38West Virginia79643.0
39Washington2,73740.7
40Oregon1,48938.9
41North Dakota25137.3
42Massachusetts2,35335.9
43Rhode Island36034.2
44Maine27220.5
45Idaho16210.3
46Utah27710.0
47New Hampshire1309.9
48Montana858.6
49Wyoming468.2
50Vermont487.7

*States were ranked by rate, then case count, with rates shown rounded to the nearest tenth.

†Total includes cases reported by the District of Columbia with 2,569 cases and a rate of 426.9, but excludes outlying areas (Guam with 96 cases and rate of 53.1, Puerto Rico with 341 cases and rate of 9.2, and Virgin Islands with 139 cases and rate of 126.7).

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