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MOTOR VEHICLE TRAFFIC DEATHS BY STATE, 2011-2012
  Number of deaths    
State 2011 2012 Percent change
Alabama 895 865 -3.4%
Alaska 72 59 -18.0
Arizona 826 825 -0.1
Arkansas 551 552 0.2
California 2,816 2,857 1.5
Colorado 447 472 5.6
Connecticut 221 236 6.8
Delaware 99 114 15.0
D.C. 27 15 -44.0
Florida 2,400 2,424 1.0
Georgia 1,226 1,192 -2.8
Hawaii 100 126 26.0
Idaho 167 184 10.0
Illinois 918 956 4.1
Indiana 751 779 3.7
Iowa 360 365 1.4
Kansas 386 405 4.9
Kentucky 720 746 3.6
Louisiana 680 722 6.2
Maine 136 164 21.0
Maryland 485 505 4.1
Massachusetts 374 349 -6.7
Michigan 889 938 5.5
Minnesota 368 395 7.3
Mississippi 630 582 -7.6
Missouri 786 826 5.1
Montana 209 205 -1.9
Nebraska 181 212 17.0
Nevada 246 258 4.9
New Hampshire 90 108 20.0
New Jersey 627 589 -6.1
New Mexico 350 365 4.3
New York 1,171 1,168 -0.3
North Carolina 1,230 1,292 5.0
North Dakota 148 170 15.0
Ohio 1,017 1,123 10.0
Oklahoma 696 708 1.7
Oregon 331 336 1.5
Pennsylvania 1,286 1,310 1.9
Rhode Island 66 64 -3.0
South Carolina 828 863 4.2
South Dakota 111 133 20.0
Tennessee 937 1,014 8.2
Texas 3,054 3,398 11.0
Utah 243 217 -11.0
Vermont 55 77 40.0
Virginia 764 777 1.7
Washington 454 444 -2.2
West Virginia 338 339 0.3
Wisconsin 582 615 5.7
Wyoming 135 123 -8.9
United States 32,479 33,561 3.3%

Source: U.S. Department of Transportation, National Highway Traffic Safety Administration.

 
MOTOR VEHICLE TRAFFIC DEATHS BY STATE, 2007-2008
  Number of deaths  
State 2007 2008 Percent
 change
Alabama  1,110 966 -13.0%
Alaska  82 62 -24.0
Arizona  1,071 937 -13.0
Arkansas  649 600 -7.6
California  3,995 3,434 -14.0
Colorado  554 548 -1.1
Connecticut  296 264 -11.0
Delaware  117 121 3.4
D.C. 44 34 -23.0
Florida  3,213 2,978 -7.3
Georgia  1,641 1,493 -9.0
Hawaii  138 107 -22.0
Idaho  252 232 -7.9
Illinois  1,248 1,043 -16.0
Indiana  898 814 -9.4
Iowa  446 412 -7.6
Kansas  416 385 -7.5
Kentucky  864 826 -4.4
Louisiana  993 912 -8.2
Maine  183 155 -15.0
Maryland  614 591 -3.7
Massachusetts  434 363 -16.0
Michigan  1,087 980 -9.8
Minnesota  510 456 -11.0
Mississippi  884 783 -11.0
Missouri  992 960 -3.2
Montana  277 229 -17.0
Nebraska  256 208 -19.0
Nevada  373 324 -13.0
New Hampshire  129 139 7.8
New Jersey  724 590 -19.0
New Mexico  413 366 -11.0
New York  1,332 1,231 -7.6
North Carolina  1,676 1,433 -14.0
North Dakota  111 104 -6.3
Ohio  1,255 1,190 -5.2
Oklahoma  766 749 -2.2
Oregon  455 416 -8.6
Pennsylvania  1,491 1,468 -1.5
Rhode Island  69 65 -5.8
South Carolina 1,077 920 -15.0
South Dakota 146 119 -18.0
Tennessee  1,211 1,035 -15.0
Texas  3,466 3,382 -2.4
Utah  299 275 -8.0
Vermont  66 73 11.0
Virginia  1,027 824 -20.0
Washington  571 521 -8.8
West Virginia  432 380 -12.0
Wisconsin  756 605 -20.0
Wyoming  150 159 6.0
United States 41,259 37,261 -9.7%

Source: U.S. Department of Transportation, National Highway Traffic Safety Administration.

 
MOTOR VEHICLE TRAFFIC DEATHS BY STATE, 2008-2009
  Number of deaths    
State 2008 2009 Percent change
Alabama  969 848 -12.5%
Alaska 62 64 3.2
Arizona 938 807 -14.0
Arkansas 600 585 -2.5
California 3,434 3,081 -10.3
Colorado 548 465 -15.1
Connecticut 302 223 -26.2
Delaware 121 116 -4.1
D.C. 34 29 -14.7
Florida 2,980 2,558 -14.2
Georgia 1,495 1,284 -14.1
Hawaii 107 109 1.9
Idaho 232 226 -2.6
Illinois 1,043 911 -12.7
Indiana 820 693 -15.5
Iowa 412 372 -9.7
Kansas 384 386 0.5
Kentucky 825 791 -4.1
Louisiana 916 821 -10.4
Maine 155 159 2.6
Maryland 591 547 -7.4
Massachusetts 364 334 -8.2
Michigan 980 871 -11.1
Minnesota 455 421 -7.5
Mississippi 783 700 -10.6
Missouri 960 878 -8.5
Montana 229 221 -3.5
Nebraska 208 223 7.2
Nevada 324 243 -25.0
New Hampshire 138 110 -20.3
New Jersey 590 583 -1.2
New Mexico 366 361 -1.4
New York 1,238 1,156 -6.6
North Carolina 1,428 1,314 -8.0
North Dakota 104 140 34.6
Ohio 1,191 1,021 -14.3
Oklahoma 750 738 -1.6
Oregon 416 377 -9.4
Pennsylvania 1,468 1,256 -14.4
Rhode Island 65 83 27.7
South Carolina 921 894 -2.9
South Dakota 121 131 8.3
Tennessee 1,043 989 -5.2
Texas 3,476 3,071 -11.7
Utah 276 244 -11.6
Vermont 73 74 1.4
Virginia 825 757 -8.2
Washington 521 492 -5.6
West Virginia 378 356 -5.8
Wisconsin 605 561 -7.3
Wyoming 159 134 -15.7
United States 37,423 33,808 -9.7%

Source: U.S. Department of Transportation, National Highway Traffic Safety Administration.

 
MOTOR VEHICLE TRAFFIC DEATHS BY STATE, 2009-2010
  Number of deaths    
State 2009 2010 Percent change
Alabama  848 862 1.7%
Alaska  64 56 -12.5
Arizona  806 762 -5.5
Arkansas  596 563 -5.5
California  3,090 2,715 -12.1
Colorado  465 448 -3.7
Connecticut  224 319 42.4
Delaware  116 101 -12.9
D.C. 29 24 -17.2
Florida  2,560 2,445 -4.5
Georgia  1,292 1,244 -3.7
Hawaii  109 113 3.7
Idaho  226 209 -7.5
Illinois  911 927 1.8
Indiana  693 754 8.8
Iowa  371 390 5.1
Kansas  386 431 11.7
Kentucky  791 760 -3.9
Louisiana  824 710 -13.8
Maine  159 161 1.3
Maryland  549 493 -10.2
Massachusetts  340 314 -7.6
Michigan  872 942 8.0
Minnesota  421 411 -2.4
Mississippi  700 641 -8.4
Missouri  878 819 -6.7
Montana  221 189 -14.5
Nebraska  223 190 -14.8
Nevada  243 257 5.8
New Hampshire  110 128 16.4
New Jersey  584 556 -4.8
New Mexico  361 346 -4.2
New York  1,158 1,200 3.6
North Carolina  1,313 1,319 0.5
North Dakota  140 105 -25.0
Ohio  1,022 1,080 5.7
Oklahoma  737 668 -9.4
Oregon  377 317 -15.9
Pennsylvania  1,256 1,324 5.4
Rhode Island  83 66 -20.5
South Carolina 894 810 -9.4
South  Dakota 131 140 6.9
Tennessee  986 1,031 4.6
Texas  3,104 2,998 -3.4
Utah  244 236 -3.3
Vermont  74 71 -4.1
Virginia  758 740 -2.4
Washington  492 458 -6.9
West Virginia  357 315 -11.8
Wisconsin  561 572 2.0
Wyoming  134 155 15.7
United States 33,883 32,885 -2.9%

Source: U.S. Department of Transportation, National Highway Traffic Safety Administration.

 
MOTOR VEHICLE TRAFFIC DEATHS BY STATE, 2010-2011
  Number of deaths    
State 2010 2011 Percent change
Alabama  862 894 3.7%
Alaska  56 72 29.0
Arizona  759 825 8.7
Arkansas  571 549 -3.9
California  2,720 2,791 2.6
Colorado  450 447 -0.7
Connecticut  320 220 -31.0
Delaware  101 99 -2.0
D.C. 24 27 13.0
Florida  2,444 2,398 -1.9
Georgia  1,247 1,223 -1.9
Hawaii  113 100 -12.0
Idaho  209 167 -20.0
Illinois  927 918 -1.0
Indiana  754 750 -0.5
Iowa  390 360 -7.7
Kansas  431 386 -10.0
Kentucky  760 721 -5.1
Louisiana  721 675 -6.4
Maine  161 136 -16.0
Maryland  496 485 -2.2
Massachusetts  347 337 -2.9
Michigan  942 889 -5.6
Minnesota  411 368 -10.0
Mississippi  641 630 -1.7
Missouri  821 784 -4.5
Montana  189 209 11.0
Nebraska  190 181 -4.7
Nevada  257 246 -4.3
New Hampshire  128 90 -30.0
New Jersey  556 627 13.0
New Mexico  349 353 1.1
New York  1,201 1,169 -2.7
North Carolina  1,320 1,227 -7.0
North Dakota  105 148 41.0
Ohio  1,080 1,016 -5.9
Oklahoma  668 696 4.2
Oregon  317 331 4.4
Pennsylvania  1,324 1,286 -2.9
Rhode Island  67 66 -1.5
South Carolina 809 828 2.3
South  Dakota 140 111 -21.0
Tennessee  1,032 946 -8.3
Texas  3,023 3,016 -0.2
Utah  253 240 -5.1
Vermont  71 55 -23.0
Virginia  740 764 3.2
Washington  460 457 -0.7
West Virginia  315 337 7.0
Wisconsin  572 582 1.7
Wyoming  155 135 -13.0
United States 32,999 32,367 -1.9%

Source: U.S. Department of Transportation, National Highway Traffic Safety Administration.