Table 1.

CRC death rates and trends by state, United States, 1990–2007

StateDeath rateRate ratios (95% CI)Trend 1Trend 2Trend 3
1990–19942003–2007YearsAPCYearsAPCYearsAPC
Alaska27.117.10.63 (0.53–0.75)1990–2007−3.0a
Massachusetts27.517.40.63 (0.61–0.65)1990–2002−2.8a2002–2007−5.3a
Rhode Island26.317.10.65 (0.60–0.70)1990–2002−2.4a2002–2007−6.3a
New York26.417.40.66 (0.65–0.67)1990–2000−2.3a2000–2007−4.5a
Maine27.218.20.67 (0.62–0.72)1990–2007−2.8a
Connecticut24.116.10.67 (0.64–0.70)1990–1997−3.2a1997–20001.12000–2007−5.1a
Maryland27.318.60.68 (0.66–0.71)1990–2000−2.3a2000–2007−3.8a
New Hampshire25.517.50.69 (0.63–0.74)1990–1999−1.51999–2007−4.7a
New Jersey28.219.50.69 (0.67–0.71)1990–2007−2.8a
Wisconsin23.516.50.70 (0.68–0.73)1990–1992−7.4a1992–2000−1.2a2000–2007−4.3a
Delaware26.618.90.71 (0.64–0.78)1990–2007−2.7a
District of Columbia28.520.30.71 (0.64–0.79)1990–2007−2.3a
Florida22.015.90.72 (0.71–0.74)1990–1994−0.81994–2007−2.6a
Pennsylvania26.719.20.72 (0.70–0.74)1990–2000−1.8a2000–2007−3.5a
Michigan24.317.90.73 (0.71–0.75)1990–2007−2.4a
Minnesota21.615.90.73 (0.70–0.77)1990–2007−2.4a
Montana22.016.10.73 (0.66–0.80)1990–2007−2.1a
North Dakota24.117.60.73 (0.66–0.81)1990–2007−2.3a
Utah17.512.80.73 (0.67–0.80)1990–2007−2.4a
Illinois26.419.50.74 (0.72–0.76)1990–2007−2.2a
California21.115.80.75 (0.74–0.76)1990–2007−2.2a
Iowa24.818.50.75 (0.71–0.78)1990–2007−2.2a
Ohio26.119.60.75 (0.73–0.77)1990–2007−2.2a
South Dakota23.917.90.75 (0.68–0.82)1990–2007−2.1a
Vermont23.517.70.75 (0.67–0.84)1990–2007−2.3a
Virginia23.617.60.75 (0.72–0.77)1990–2001−1.4a2001–2007−3.9a
Colorado21.216.00.76 (0.72–0.80)1990–1995−3.6a1995–2005−1.2a2005–2007−7.8a
Indiana25.419.20.76 (0.73–0.78)1990–2001−1.5a2001–2007−3.5a
Washington20.615.70.76 (0.73–0.79)1990–2001−1.4a2001–2007−3.7a
Arizona19.715.20.77 (0.74–0.81)1990–2007−2.0a
Missouri24.118.50.77 (0.74–0.79)1990–2002−1.5a2002–2007−3.7a
Texas21.817.00.78 (0.76–0.80)1990–1998−1.1a1998–2007−2.5a
Hawaii19.415.30.79 (0.72–0.86)1990–2007−1.6a
Idaho19.515.30.79 (0.72–0.86)1990–2007−2.0a
North Carolina22.017.30.79 (0.76–0.81)1990–19950.01995–2007−2.3a
South Carolina22.717.90.79 (0.75–0.83)1990–2007−1.8a
Kansas22.417.90.80 (0.76–0.84)1990–2007−1.6a
Kentucky26.120.80.80 (0.77–0.83)1990–2007−1.7a
Nebraska22.918.90.82 (0.77–0.88)1990–2007−1.4a
Oregon20.416.80.82 (0.78–0.86)1990–2007−1.6a
Tennessee22.919.00.83 (0.80–0.86)1990–2007−1.5a
Arkansas22.919.10.84 (0.79–0.88)1990–2007−1.2a
Nevada22.819.10.84 (0.78–0.90)1990–2007−1.3a
Georgia20.517.40.85 (0.82–0.88)1990–1998−1.6a1998–20011.92001–2007−3.1a
West Virginia24.821.00.85 (0.80–0.90)1990–2007−1.2a
Louisiana24.320.90.86 (0.82–0.90)1990–2003−0.5a2003–2007−5.2a
Oklahoma21.618.50.86 (0.82–0.90)1990–2000−0.32000–2007−2.4a
New Mexico18.415.90.87 (0.80–0.94)1990–2007−1.1a
Alabama20.418.60.91 (0.87–0.95)1990–2007−0.7a
Wyoming19.317.90.92 (0.80–1.06)1990–19964.31996–2007−3.0a
Mississippi21.120.30.96 (0.91–1.02)1990–2007−0.2

Mortality rate is per 100,000, age adjusted to the 2000 U.S. standard population. APC, annual percent change.

  • aAPC is significant (P < 0.05).