Crude suicide rate among men in India by higher-middle ETL states 2016

This statistic represents crude suicide rate among men in India in 2016, by higher-middle ETL states. During the measured time period, the southern state of Karnataka had the highest crude suicide rate at 36.1 in this ETL group, followed by the state of Andhra Pradesh at 28.8 suicides among men for every 100,000 inhabitants.

Crude suicide rate among men in India in 2016, by higher-middle ETL states (per 100,000 inhabitants)*

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Source

Release date

September 2018

Region

India

Survey time period

2016

Supplementary notes

*According to the source, in India the population across the various epidemiological transition level (ETL) groups in 2016 was:
low ETL: 626 million;
lower-middle ETL: 92 million;
higher-middle ETL: 446 million;
high ETL: 152 million.
Note: In the source document, suicide rate has been referred to as suicide death rate (SDR)

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