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Table 19. Tuberculosis Cases and Case Rates per 100,000 Population: Reporting Areas, 2011 and 2010

Reporting Area Cases Case Rates Rank According to Rate Population Estimates
July 1, 2011
2011 2010 2011 2010 2011 2010

United States

10,528

11,171

3.4

3.6

--

--

311,591,917

Alabama

161

146

3.4

3.1

13

19

4,802,740

Alaska

67

57

9.3

8.0

1

2

722,718

Arizona

255

282

3.9

4.4

8

9

6,482,505

Arkansas

85

78

2.9

2.7

18

22

2,937,979

California

2,323

2,324

6.2

6.2

3

3

37,691,912

Colorado

70

71

1.4

1.4

36

39

5,116,796

Connecticut

83

85

2.3

2.4

27

26

3,580,709

Delaware

21

20

2.3

2.2

28

29

907,135

District of Columbia1

56

43

9.1

7.1

--

--

617,996

Florida

754

834

4.0

4.4

7

7

19,057,542

Georgia

347

411

3.5

4.2

11

10

9,815,210

Hawaii

123

115

8.9

8.4

2

1

1,374,810

Idaho

12

15

0.8

1.0

47

44

1,584,985

Illinois

359

372

2.8

2.9

19

21

12,869,257

Indiana

100

90

1.5

1.4

35

40

6,516,922

Iowa

40

48

1.3

1.6

37

37

3,062,309

Kansas

36

46

1.3

1.6

40

36

2,871,238

Kentucky

71

90

1.6

2.1

34

30

4,369,356

Louisiana

167

200

3.7

4.4

10

8

4,574,836

Maine

9

8

0.7

0.6

50

50

1,328,188

Maryland

233

220

4.0

3.8

6

13

5,828,289

Massachusetts

196

222

3.0

3.4

16

15

6,587,536

Michigan

170

183

1.7

1.9

32

32

9,876,187

Minnesota

137

135

2.6

2.5

22

23

5,344,861

Mississippi

91

116

3.1

3.9

14

12

2,978,512

Missouri

98

107

1.6

1.8

33

34

6,010,688

Montana

8

6

0.8

0.6

46

49

998,199

Nebraska

23

27

1.2

1.5

41

38

1,842,641

Nevada

95

114

3.5

4.2

12

11

2,723,322

New Hampshire

11

10

0.8

0.8

45

47

1,318,194

New Jersey

331

405

3.8

4.6

9

6

8,821,155

New Mexico

49

50

2.4

2.4

26

25

2,082,224

New York

910

954

4.7

4.9

5

5

19,465,197

North Carolina

244

296

2.5

3.1

23

18

9,656,401

North Dakota

7

9

1.0

1.3

44

41

683,932

Ohio

145

190

1.3

1.6

39

35

11,544,951

Oklahoma

94

86

2.5

2.3

24

27

3,791,508

Oregon

74

87

1.9

2.3

30

28

3,871,859

Pennsylvania

260

238

2.0

1.9

29

31

12,742,886

Rhode Island

27

26

2.6

2.5

21

24

1,051,302

South Carolina

140

153

3.0

3.3

15

17

4,679,230

South Dakota

15

15

1.8

1.8

31

33

824,082

Tennessee

156

193

2.4

3.0

25

20

6,403,353

Texas

1,325

1,385

5.2

5.5

4

4

25,674,681

Utah

34

20

1.2

0.7

43

48

2,817,222

Vermont

8

5

1.3

0.8

38

46

626,431

Virginia

221

268

2.7

3.3

20

16

8,096,604

Washington

200

239

2.9

3.5

17

14

6,830,038

West Virginia

13

15

0.7

0.8

49

45

1,855,364

Wisconsin

70

55

1.2

1.0

42

43

5,711,767

Wyoming

4

7

0.7

1.2

48

42

568,158

American Samoa1,2

3

3

5.4

5.4

--

--

55,198

Fed. States of Micronesia1,2

140

172

131.0

160.5

--

--

106,836

Guam1,2

78

102

48.9

64.0

--

--

159,600

Marshall Islands1,2

149

211

221.8

320.4

--

--

67,182

N. Mariana Islands1,2

27

32

51.8

59.8

--

--

52,167

Puerto Rico1,2

50

80

1.3

2.1

--

--

3,706,690

Republic of Palau1,2

8

17

38.2

81.4

--

--

20,956

U.S. Virgin Islands1,2

...

...

...

...

--

--

105,784

1 Not ranked with the states. See Table 20 for District of Columbia ranking among states.

2 Not included in U.S. totals.

Note: Denominators for computing 2010 and 2011 rates for states, the District of Columbia, and Puerto Rico were obtained from Annual Estimates of the Population for the United States, Regions, States, and Puerto Rico (April 1, 2010– July 1, 2011) (accessed July 20, 2012); for all other areas, from IDB Summary Demographic Data (accessed July 20, 2012).

Ellipses indicate data not available.

See Technical Notes.

See Surveillance Slide #4.

 
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