Drug overdose death rate in the United States in 2015, by state (per 100,000 population)*

This statistic represents the drug overdose death rate in the United States in 2015, sorted by U.S. states. In that year, the highest rate amounted for the state of West Virginia with 32.4 deaths from drug overdose per 100,000 inhabitants.

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 Deaths per 100,000 population
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Iowa -
Minnesota -
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Texas -
New York -
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California -
Hawaii -
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Illinois -
Alabama -
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Oregon -
Idaho -
Vermont -
South Carolina -
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Wisconsin -
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Connecticut -
Maryland -
Montana -
United States -
Massachusetts -
Florida -
Washington -
Louisiana -
Michigan -
New Hampshire -
District of Columbia -
Alaska -
Colorado -
Indiana -
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Delaware -
Tennessee -
Arizona -
Pennsylvania -
Ohio -
Rhode Island -
Oklahoma -
Utah -
Nevada -
Kentucky -
New Mexico -
West Virginia -
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