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Table 2. Tuberculosis Cases, Percentages, and Case Rates per 100,000 Population by Hispanic Ethnicity and non-Hispanic Race: United States, 1993–2011

YearTotal CasesNon-HispanicHispanic or Latino4Unknown or Missing5
American Indian or Alaska NativeAsian1Black or African AmericanNative Hawaiian or Other Pacific Islander2WhiteMultiple Race3
No.(%)RateNo.(%)RateNo.(%)RateNo.(%)RateNo.(%)RateNo.(%)RateNo.(%)

1993

25103

272

(1)

14.0

3454

(14)

41.2

8947

(36)

28.5

6903

(27)

3.6

5138

20

19.9

389

(2)

1994

24205

327

(1)

16.4

3639

(15)

41.5

8383

(35)

26.2

6572

(27)

3.4

5018

21

18.6

266

(1)

1995

22727

320

(1)

15.7

3840

(17)

41.8

7554

(33)

23.2

5972

(26)

3.1

4834

21

17.2

207

(1)

1996

21210

287

(1)

13.7

3666

(17)

38.1

7097

(33)

21.5

5487

(26)

2.8

4492

21

15.2

181

(1)

1997

19751

264

(1)

12.3

3683

(19)

36.6

6604

(33)

19.7

4824

(24)

2.5

4218

21

13.7

158

(1)

1998

18287

254

(1)

11.5

3516

(19)

33.5

5823

(32)

17.0

4475

(24)

2.3

4090

22

12.6

129

(1)

1999

17500

242

(1)

10.7

3519

(20)

32.1

5550

(32)

16.0

4227

(24)

2.1

3864

22

11.4

98

(1)

2000

16309

232

(1)

11.0

3392

(21)

31.3

5149

(32)

15.0

3638

(22)

1.9

3803

23

10.7

95

(1)

2001

15944

226

(1)

10.6

3499

(22)

31.2

4782

(30)

13.7

3346

(21)

1.7

4008

25

10.8

83

(1)

2002

15055

185

(1)

8.6

3323

(22)

28.6

4467

(30)

12.7

3042

(20)

1.5

3973

26

10.3

65

(0)

2003

14835

179

(1)

8.2

3460

(23)

29.9

4159

(28)

11.7

64

(0)

16.2

2792

(19)

1.4

37

(0)

1.0

4105

28

10.3

39

(0)

2004

14499

157

(1)

7.1

3336

(23)

28.0

4069

(28)

11.4

63

(0)

15.6

2631

(18)

1.3

34

(0)

0.9

4181

29

10.2

28

(0)

2005

14068

152

(1)

6.8

3205

(23)

26.1

3958

(28)

10.9

54

(0)

13.1

2568

(18)

1.3

45

(0)

1.1

4045

29

9.5

41

(0)

2006

13727

164

(1)

7.2

3297

(24)

26.1

3730

(27)

10.2

52

(0)

12.3

2387

(17)

1.2

39

(0)

0.9

4049

29

9.2

9

(0)

2007

13278

133

(1)

5.8

3447

(26)

26.5

3474

(26)

9.4

95

(1)

22.1

2206

(17)

1.1

24

(0)

0.6

3875

29

8.5

24

(0)

2008

12895

137

(1)

5.9

3396

(26)

25.4

3279

(25)

8.8

69

(1)

15.7

2143

(17)

1.1

41

(0)

0.9

3803

29

8.1

27

(0)

2009

11528

101

(1)

4.3

3207

(28)

23.4

2872

(25)

7.6

75

(1)

16.7

1827

(16)

0.9

39

(0)

0.9

3375

29

7.0

32

(0)

2010

11171

152

(1)

6.7

3167

(28)

21.5

2674

(24)

7.0

95

(1)

19.0

1769

(16)

0.9

32

(0)

0.6

3231

29

6.4

51

(0)

2011

10528

129

(1)

5.6

3148

(30)

20.9

2408

(23)

6.3

81

(1)

15.9

1664

(16)

0.8

37

(0)

0.6

3008

29

5.8

53

(1)

1 Asian race category reporting includes Pacific Islander from 1993–2002.

2 Native Hawaiian or Other Pacific Islander race first reported separately in 2003.

3 Indicates two or more races reported for a person. Category first reported in 2003. Does not include persons of Hispanic or Latino origin.

4 Persons of Hispanic or Latino ethnicity may be of any race or multiple race.

5 The higher count for unknown or missing race results for 1993 - 2001 reflect the impact of the transitional period of incorporating new race definitions for Asian, Native Hawaiian, and Multiple Race in 2003.

Note: Previously published rates for 1993–1999 have been updated using Bridged-Race 1990–1999 Intercensal Population Estimates for 1993–1999 (accessed Jully 20, 2012). Denominators for computing 2000–2011 case rates were obtained from the Annual Estimates of the Resident Population by Sex, Race, and Hispanic Origin for the United States: April 1, 2000, to July 1, 2009 (accessed July 20, 2012) and Annual Estimates of the Resident Population by Sex, Race, and Hispanic Origin for the United States: April 1, 2010 to July 1, 2011 (accessed July 20, 2012).

Case counts for race categories (American Indian or Alaska Native, Asian, Black or African American, Native Hawaiian or Other Pacific Islander, and White) do not include persons of Hispanic ethnicity or multiple race.

Data for all years updated through June 25, 2012.

Ellipses indicate data not available.

See Technical Notes.

See Surveillance Slide #8.

Zero % (0) denotes <0.5%.

 
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