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All pneumoconioses: Percent of deaths by condition and state, U.S. residents age 15 and over, 2001–2010

State of ResidenceAsbestosisSilicosisCoal Workers' PneumoconiosisByssinosisUnspecified/Other Pneumoconioses
Alabama 87.7    †     †    †     †
Arizona 83.1    †     †    †     †
Arkansas 86.6    †     †    †     †
California 93.7    †     †    †     †
Colorado 58.8    †     †    †     †
Florida 86.8    †     †    †     †
Georgia 89.6    †     †    †     †
Illinois 62.7    †     †    †     †
Kentucky     †    † 71.5    † 17.1
Louisiana 90.5    †     †    †     †
Maine 98.1    †     †    †     †
Maryland 93.8    †     †    †     †
Massachusetts 96.8    †     †    †     †
Michigan 87.4    †     †    †     †
Minnesota 91.3    †     †    †     †
Mississippi 65.7    † 32.7    †     †
Montana 96.8    †     †    †     †
New Jersey 96.0    †     †    †     †
New York 88.9    †     †    †     †
North Carolina 87.8    †     †    †     †
Ohio 63.3    †     †    †     †
Oregon 96.3    †     †    †     †
Pennsylvania 24.9    † 59.9    † 12.3
South Carolina 94.9    †     †    †     †
Tennessee 54.9    † 39.3    †     †
Texas 93.3    †     †    †     †
Virginia 33.0    † 52.9    †     †
Washington 97.8    †     †    †     †
West Virginia 12.7    † 62.1    † 26.0
Wisconsin 80.1    †     †    †     †
TOTAL 58.7 6.0 27.3 0.2  8.8

Note:

Percent of deaths by condition are not shown ("†") for states with less than 10 total deaths reported for the time interval. States with less than 10 deaths for every cause of death are not presented.

Percentages may total more than 100% due to deaths with multiple pneumoconioses, or to less than 100% due to rounding.

See Appendix for information about data sources, methods, ICD codes, and limitations.

Source:

Mortality multiple cause-of-death data from National Center for Health Statistics, National Vital Statistics System.

Reference Number: 2014T06-06

Date Posted: September 2014

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