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Table 30. Tuberculosis Cases and Case Rates per 100,000 Population: Reporting Areas, 2012 and 2011

Reporting Area Cases Case Rates Rank According to Rate Population Estimates
July 1, 2012
2012 2011 2012 2011 2012 2011

United States

9,945

10,517

3.2

3.4

--

--

313,914,040

Alabama

134

161

2.8

3.4

18

13

4,822,023

Alaska

66

67

9

9.3

1

1

731,449

Arizona

211

255

3.2

3.9

13

8

6,553,255

Arkansas

70

85

2.4

2.9

24

18

2,949,131

California

2,191

2,322

5.8

6.2

3

3

38,041,430

Colorado

64

70

1.2

1.4

43

36

5,187,582

Connecticut

74

83

2.1

2.3

29

27

3,590,347

Delaware

28

21

3.1

2.3

14

28

917,092

District of Columbia1

37

55

5.9

8.9

--

--

619,020

Florida

679

754

3.5

4

9

7

19,317,568

Georgia

357

347

3.6

3.5

8

11

9,919,945

Hawaii

117

123

8.4

8.9

2

2

1,392,313

Idaho

15

12

0.9

0.8

45

47

1,595,728

Illinois

347

358

2.7

2.8

20

19

12,875,255

Indiana

102

100

1.6

1.5

34

35

6,537,334

Iowa

46

40

1.5

1.3

36

37

3,074,186

Kansas

42

36

1.5

1.3

38

40

2,885,905

Kentucky

80

70

1.8

1.6

32

34

4,380,415

Louisiana

149

167

3.2

3.7

11

10

4,601,893

Maine

17

9

1.3

0.7

41

50

1,329,192

Maryland

224

232

3.8

4

6

6

5,884,563

Massachusetts

215

195

3.2

3

12

16

6,646,144

Michigan

149

170

1.5

1.7

35

32

9,883,360

Minnesota

162

137

3

2.6

15

22

5,379,139

Mississippi

81

91

2.7

3.1

19

14

2,984,926

Missouri

89

98

1.5

1.6

37

33

6,021,988

Montana

5

8

0.5

0.8

49

46

1,005,141

Nebraska

22

23

1.2

1.2

44

41

1,855,525

Nevada

82

96

3

3.5

16

12

2,758,931

New Hampshire

9

11

0.7

0.8

46

45

1,320,718

New Jersey

302

331

3.4

3.7

10

9

8,864,590

New Mexico

40

49

1.9

2.4

30

26

2,085,538

New York

866

905

4.4

4.6

5

5

19,570,261

North Carolina

211

244

2.2

2.5

28

23

9,752,073

North Dakota

26

7

3.7

1

7

44

699,628

Ohio

149

145

1.3

1.3

40

39

11,544,225

Oklahoma

88

94

2.3

2.5

25

24

3,814,820

Oregon

61

74

1.6

1.9

33

30

3,899,353

Pennsylvania

234

260

1.8

2

31

29

12,763,536

Rhode Island

23

27

2.2

2.6

27

21

1,050,292

South Carolina

122

140

2.6

3

22

15

4,723,723

South Dakota

19

15

2.3

1.8

26

31

833,354

Tennessee

164

156

2.5

2.4

23

25

6,456,243

Texas

1,233

1,325

4.7

5.2

4

4

26,059,203

Utah

37

34

1.3

1.2

39

43

2,855,287

Vermont

4

8

0.6

1.3

47

38

626,011

Virginia

235

221

2.9

2.7

17

20

8,185,867

Washington

185

199

2.7

2.9

21

17

6,897,012

West Virginia

8

13

0.4

0.7

50

49

1,855,413

Wisconsin

71

70

1.2

1.2

42

42

5,726,398

Wyoming

3

4

0.5

0.7

48

48

576,412

American Samoa1,2

1

3

1.8

5.5

--

--

54,947

Fed. States of Micronesia1,2

173

142

162.5

133.3

--

--

106,487

Guam1,2

68

79

42.5

49.4

--

--

159,914

Marshall Islands1,2

145

148

211.7

216.1

--

--

68,480

N. Mariana Islands1,2

21

31

40.9

60.3

--

--

51,395

Puerto Rico1,2

71

50

1.9

1.4

--

--

3,690,923

Republic of Palau1,2

2

8

9.5

38

--

--

21,032

U.S. Virgin Islands1,2

4

...

3.8

...

--

--

105,275

 

1 Not ranked with the states. See Table 31 for District of Columbia ranking among states.

2 Not included in U.S. totals.

Note: Denominators for computing 2011 and 2012 rates for states, the District of Columbia, and Puerto Rico were obtained from Annual Estimates of the Resident Population for the United States, Regions, States, and Puerto Rico: April 1, 2010 to July 1, 2012 (accessed August 12, 2013); for all other areas, from IDB Summary Demographic Data (accessed August 12, 2013).

Ellipses indicate data not available.

See Technical Notes.

See Surveillance Slide #4.

 
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