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Table 20. Tuberculosis Cases and Case Rates per 100,000 Population, Ranked and Grouped by Number of Cases: United States and the District of Columbia, 2011 and 2010

Reporting Area201120102010–2011 % ChangeOverall Rank by 2011 Rate
No.RateNo.RateNo.Rate

>= 500 cases in 2011

California

2,323

6.2

2,324

6.2

0.0

0.0

3

Texas

1,325

5.2

1,385

5.5

-4.3

-5.5

4

New York1

910

4.7

954

4.9

-4.6

-4.1

5

Florida

754

4.0

834

4.4

-9.6

-9.1

7

100 - 499 cases in 2011

Illinois

359

2.8

372

2.9

-3.5

-3.4

19

Georgia

347

3.5

411

4.2

-15.6

-16.7

11

New Jersey

331

3.8

405

4.6

-18.3

-17.4

9

Pennsylvania

260

2.0

238

1.9

9.2

5.3

29

Arizona

255

3.9

282

4.4

-9.6

-11.4

8

North Carolina

244

2.5

296

3.1

-17.6

-19.4

23

Maryland

233

4.0

220

3.8

5.9

5.3

6

Virginia

221

2.7

268

3.3

-17.5

-18.2

20

Washington

200

2.9

239

3.5

-16.3

-17.1

17

Massachusetts

196

3.0

222

3.4

-11.7

-11.8

16

Michigan

170

1.7

183

1.9

-7.1

-10.5

32

Louisiana

167

3.7

200

4.4

-16.5

-15.9

10

Alabama

161

3.4

146

3.1

10.3

9.7

13

Tennessee

156

2.4

193

3.0

-19.2

-20.0

25

Ohio

145

1.3

190

1.6

-23.7

-18.8

39

South Carolina

140

3.0

153

3.3

-8.5

-9.1

15

Minnesota

137

2.6

135

2.5

1.5

4.0

22

Hawaii

123

8.9

115

8.4

7.0

6.0

2

Indiana

100

1.5

90

1.4

11.1

7.1

35

< 100 cases in 2011

Missouri

98

1.6

107

1.8

-8.4

-11.1

33

Nevada

95

3.5

114

4.2

-16.7

-16.7

12

Oklahoma

94

2.5

86

2.3

9.3

8.7

24

Mississippi

91

3.1

116

3.9

-21.6

-20.5

14

Arkansas

85

2.9

78

2.7

9.0

7.4

18

Connecticut

83

2.3

85

2.4

-2.4

-4.2

27

Oregon

74

1.9

87

2.3

-14.9

-17.4

30

Kentucky

71

1.6

90

2.1

-21.1

-23.8

34

Colorado

70

1.4

71

1.4

-1.4

0.0

36

Wisconsin

70

1.2

55

1.0

27.3

20.0

42

Alaska

67

9.3

57

8.0

17.5

16.3

1

District of Columbia

56

9.1

43

7.1

30.2

28.2

--

New Mexico

49

2.4

50

2.4

-2.0

0.0

26

Iowa

40

1.3

48

1.6

-16.7

-18.8

37

Kansas

36

1.3

46

1.6

-21.7

-18.8

40

Utah

34

1.2

20

0.7

70.0

71.4

43

Rhode Island

27

2.6

26

2.5

3.8

4.0

21

Nebraska

23

1.2

27

1.5

-14.8

-20.0

41

Delaware

21

2.3

20

2.2

5.0

4.5

28

South Dakota

15

1.8

15

1.8

0.0

0.0

31

West Virginia

13

0.7

15

0.8

-13.3

-12.5

49

Idaho

12

0.8

15

1.0

-20.0

-20.0

47

New Hampshire

11

0.8

10

0.8

10.0

0.0

45

Maine

9

0.7

8

0.6

12.5

16.7

50

Montana

8

0.8

6

0.6

33.3

33.3

46

Vermont

8

1.3

5

0.8

60.0

62.5

38

North Dakota

7

1.0

9

1.3

-22.2

-23.1

44

Wyoming

4

0.7

7

1.2

-42.9

-41.7

48

Total

10,528

3.4

11,171

3.6

-5.8

-5.6

1 Includes New York City.

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 to July 1, 2011) (accessed July 20, 2012).

See Table 20 for ranking of states without the District of Columbia.

 
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