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Age-Adjusted and Age-Specific
Assault (Homicide) Mortality Rates
by Race and Sex
Michigan Residents, 1989-2012

All Races
Year Age Under 25 Age 25 - 74 Age 75 & Older Total Deaths Age-Adjusted
Rate
Number Rate Number Rate Number Rate
2012 267     8.2±1.0 460   7.7±0.7 10   1.5±1.0 737   7.8±0.6
2011 230     7.0±0.9 415   7.0±0.7 12   1.9±1.1 657   7.0±0.5
2010 212     6.4±0.9 384   6.5±0.6 15   2.4±1.2 611   6.4±0.5
2009 243     7.3±0.9 403   6.8±0.7 12   1.9±1.1 658   6.9±0.5
2008 242     7.1±0.9 389   6.6±0.7 11   1.7±1.0 642   6.6±0.5
2007 236     6.9±0.9 451   7.6±0.7 15   2.4±1.2 702   7.2±0.5
2006 217     6.2±0.8 488   8.2±0.7 15   2.4±1.2 720   7.3±0.5
2005 219     6.2±0.8 434   7.3±0.7 20   3.2±1.4 673   6.9±0.5
2004 201     5.7±0.8 458   7.8±0.7 13   2.1±1.2 672   6.8±0.5
2003 201     5.7±0.8 435   7.4±0.7 8   1.3±0.9 644   6.5±0.5
2002 223     6.3±0.8 455   7.8±0.7 11   1.8±1.1 689   7.0±0.5
2001 237     6.7±0.9 438   7.5±0.7 9   1.5±1.0 684   6.9±0.5
2000 229     6.5±0.8 475   8.1±0.7 15   2.6±1.3 719   7.2±0.5
1999 257     7.3±0.9 472   8.1±0.7 20   3.5±1.5 749   7.6±0.5
Note: The manner in which underlying cause of death is coded and classified was revised in 1999 to reflect changing medical opinion and practice. The comparability between classification schemes for this particular cause of death is high (1.00), meaning that the change should have little or no impact on the comparisons of mortality statistics over time.
1998 280     8.0±0.9 466   8.1±0.7 22   3.9±1.6 769   7.8±0.5
1997 287     8.2±0.9 477   8.3±0.7 17   3.1±1.5 781   7.9±0.6
1996 291     8.3±1.0 489   8.5±0.8 23   4.3±1.8 804   8.1±0.6
1995 368     10.5±1.1 555   9.8±0.8 20   3.9±1.7 943   9.6±0.6
1994 407     11.7±1.1 598   10.7±0.9 18   3.6±1.6 1,023   10.4±0.6
1993 416     11.9±1.1 600   10.8±0.9 15   3.0±1.5 1,031   10.5±0.6
1992 408     11.7±1.1 625   11.3±0.9 14   2.9±1.5 1,047   10.7±0.7
1991 453     13.0±1.2 663   12.2±0.9 22   4.7±2.0 1,138   11.7±0.7
1990 419     12.1±1.2 639   11.9±0.9 22   4.8±2.0 1,080   11.0±0.7
1989 364     10.5±1.1 680   12.7±1.0 19   4.3±1.9 1,064   10.9±0.7

All Races, Male
Year Age Under 25 Age 25 - 74 Age 75 & Older Total Deaths Age-Adjusted
Rate
Number Rate Number Rate Number Rate
2012 221     13.2±1.7 387   13.2±1.3 6   2.4±1.9 614   13.1±1.0
2011 190     11.3±1.6 341   11.7±1.2 6   2.4±1.9 537   11.4±1.0
2010 168     9.9±1.5 323   11.1±1.2 9   3.6±2.4 500   10.6±0.9
2009 199     11.6±1.6 334   11.5±1.2 7   2.9±2.1 540   11.4±1.0
2008 207     12.0±1.6 321   11.0±1.2 3  

*

531   11.0±0.9
2007 204     11.6±1.6 355   12.2±1.3 6   2.5±2.0 565   11.6±1.0
2006 176     9.9±1.5 394   13.5±1.3 7   2.9±2.2 577   11.8±1.0
2005 185     10.3±1.5 348   12.0±1.3 9   3.8±2.5 542   11.1±0.9
2004 154     8.5±1.3 374   12.9±1.3 4  

*

532   10.9±0.9
2003 160     8.8±1.4 343   11.9±1.3 5  

*

508   10.3±0.9
2002 174     9.6±1.4 358   12.4±1.3 6   2.7±2.2 538   10.9±0.9
2001 198     10.9±1.5 338   11.8±1.3 5  

*

541   10.9±0.9
2000 178     9.9±1.4 354   12.4±1.3 11   5.2±3.1 543   11.0±0.9
1999 206     11.5±1.6 366   12.9±1.3 9   4.4±2.8 581   11.8±1.0
Note: The manner in which underlying cause of death is coded and classified was revised in 1999 to reflect changing medical opinion and practice. The comparability between classification schemes for this particular cause of death is high (1.00), meaning that the change should have little or no impact on the comparisons of mortality statistics over time.
1998 219     12.2±1.6 348   12.3±1.3 11   5.5±3.2 579   11.8±1.0
1997 232     13.0±1.7 354   12.6±1.3 10   5.1±3.2 596   12.1±1.0
1996 240     13.5±1.7 364   13.0±1.3 8   4.2±2.9 613   12.5±1.0
1995 302     17.0±1.9 412   14.9±1.4 14   7.6±4.0 728   14.9±1.1
1994 339     19.1±2.0 459   16.8±1.5 12   6.7±3.8 810   16.6±1.2
1993 338     19.0±2.0 446   16.5±1.5 5  

*

789   16.2±1.1
1992 323     18.2±2.0 488   18.3±1.6 8   4.7±3.3 819   16.9±1.2
1991 379     21.4±2.2 503   19.1±1.7 9   5.5±3.6 891   18.4±1.2
1990 335     19.0±2.0 491   18.9±1.7 12   7.5±4.3 838   17.3±1.2
1989 294     16.7±1.9 532   20.7±1.8 11   7.1±4.2 837   17.4±1.2

All Races, Female
Year Age Under 25 Age 25 - 74 Age 75 & Older Total Deaths Age-Adjusted
Rate
Number Rate Number Rate Number Rate
2012 45     2.8±0.8 73   2.4±0.6 4  

*

122   2.5±0.5
2011 40     2.5±0.8 74   2.4±0.6 6   1.5±1.2 120   2.5±0.5
2010 44     2.7±0.8 61   2.0±0.5 6   1.5±1.2 111   2.3±0.4
2009 44     2.7±0.8 69   2.3±0.5 5  

*

118   2.5±0.4
2008 35     2.1±0.7 68   2.3±0.5 8   2.1±1.4 111   2.2±0.4
2007 32     1.9±0.7 96   3.2±0.6 9   2.3±1.5 137   2.8±0.5
2006 41     2.4±0.7 94   3.1±0.6 8   2.1±1.4 143   2.9±0.5
2005 34     2.0±0.7 86   2.9±0.6 11   2.9±1.7 131   2.6±0.5
2004 47     2.7±0.8 84   2.8±0.6 9   2.4±1.5 140   2.8±0.5
2003 41     2.4±0.7 92   3.1±0.6 3  

*

136   2.7±0.5
2002 49     2.8±0.8 97   3.2±0.6 5  

*

151   3.1±0.5
2001 39     2.2±0.7 100   3.4±0.7 4  

*

143   2.9±0.5
2000 51     3.0±0.8 121   4.1±0.7 4  

*

176   3.5±0.5
1999 51     3.0±0.8 106   3.6±0.7 11   3.0±1.8 168   3.3±0.5
Note: The manner in which underlying cause of death is coded and classified was revised in 1999 to reflect changing medical opinion and practice. The comparability between classification schemes for this particular cause of death is high (1.00), meaning that the change should have little or no impact on the comparisons of mortality statistics over time.
1998 60     3.5±0.9 118   4.0±0.7 11   3.1±1.8 189   3.8±0.5
1997 55     3.2±0.8 123   4.2±0.7 7   2.0±1.5 185   3.7±0.5
1996 51     3.0±0.8 125   4.3±0.7 15   4.4±2.2 191   3.8±0.5
1995 66     3.9±0.9 143   4.9±0.8 6   1.8±1.4 215   4.3±0.6
1994 68     4.0±0.9 139   4.8±0.8 6   1.8±1.5 213   4.3±0.6
1993 78     4.6±1.0 154   5.4±0.9 10   3.1±1.9 242   4.9±0.6
1992 85     5.0±1.1 137   4.8±0.8 6   1.9±1.5 228   4.6±0.6
1991 74     4.3±1.0 160   5.7±0.9 13   4.3±2.3 247   5.0±0.6
1990 84     4.9±1.1 148   5.3±0.9 10   3.4±2.1 242   4.9±0.6
1989 70     4.1±1.0 147   5.3±0.9 8   2.8±1.9 226   4.6±0.6

White
Year Age Under 25 Age 25 - 74 Age 75 & Older Total Deaths Age-Adjusted
Rate
Number Rate Number Rate Number Rate
2012 43     1.7±0.5 133   2.7±0.5 4  

*

180   2.3±0.3
2011 43     1.7±0.5 117   2.4±0.4 9   1.6±1.0 169   2.2±0.3
2010 44     1.7±0.5 105   2.1±0.4 13   2.3±1.2 162   2.1±0.3
2009 43     1.7±0.5 108   2.2±0.4 5  

*

156   2.1±0.3
2008 47     1.8±0.5 109   2.2±0.4 6   1.1±0.8 162   2.0±0.3
2007 52     1.9±0.5 126   2.6±0.4 11   1.9±1.1 189   2.4±0.3
2006 32     1.2±0.4 125   2.5±0.4 14   2.5±1.3 171   2.1±0.3
2005 41     1.5±0.5 108   2.2±0.4 16   2.9±1.4 165   2.0±0.3
2004 33     1.2±0.4 130   2.6±0.5 8   1.5±1.0 171   2.1±0.3
2003 48     1.7±0.5 124   2.5±0.4 8   1.5±1.0 180   2.2±0.3
2002 51     1.8±0.5 138   2.8±0.5 6   1.1±0.9 195   2.4±0.3
2001 69     2.5±0.6 125   2.5±0.4 5  

*

199   2.5±0.3
2000 61     2.2±0.6 148   3.0±0.5 11   2.1±1.2 220   2.7±0.4
1999 61     2.2±0.6 150   3.1±0.5 11   2.1±1.3 222   2.7±0.4
Note: The manner in which underlying cause of death is coded and classified was revised in 1999 to reflect changing medical opinion and practice. The comparability between classification schemes for this particular cause of death is high (1.00), meaning that the change should have little or no impact on the comparisons of mortality statistics over time.
1998 73     2.6±0.6 144   2.9±0.5 16   3.2±1.6 234   2.9±0.4
1997 64     2.3±0.6 146   3.0±0.5 12   2.4±1.4 222   2.7±0.4
1996 61     2.2±0.6 144   3.0±0.5 17   3.5±1.7 222   2.7±0.4
1995 73     2.6±0.6 191   4.0±0.6 14   3.0±1.6 278   3.4±0.4
1994 74     2.7±0.6 200   4.2±0.6 15   3.3±1.7 289   3.6±0.4
1993 66     2.4±0.6 198   4.2±0.6 8   1.8±1.2 272   3.4±0.4
1992 92     3.3±0.7 221   4.7±0.6 7   1.6±1.2 320   4.0±0.4
1991 94     3.4±0.7 230   4.9±0.6 14   3.3±1.7 338   4.2±0.5
1990 72     2.6±0.6 226   4.9±0.6 16   3.9±1.9 314   3.9±0.4
1989 70     2.5±0.6 188   4.1±0.6 10   2.5±1.6 268   3.4±0.4

White Male
Year Age Under 25 Age 25 - 74 Age 75 & Older Total Deaths Age-Adjusted
Rate
Number Rate Number Rate Number Rate
2012 32     2.5±0.9 96   3.9±0.8 2  

*

130   3.4±0.6
2011 29     2.2±0.8 78   3.2±0.7 3  

*

110   2.8±0.5
2010 23     1.8±0.7 72   3.0±0.7 7   3.1±2.3 102   2.6±0.5
2009 29     2.2±0.8 74   3.0±0.7 2  

*

105   2.8±0.5
2008 34     2.5±0.8 68   2.8±0.7 1  

*

103   2.6±0.5
2007 37     2.7±0.9 82   3.4±0.7 4  

*

123   3.1±0.5
2006 16     1.2±0.6 89   3.6±0.8 6   2.8±2.2 111   2.8±0.5
2005 29     2.1±0.8 62   2.5±0.6 7   3.3±2.4 98   2.4±0.5
2004 22     1.5±0.6 84   3.4±0.7 -  

-

106   2.6±0.5
2003 31     2.2±0.8 81   3.3±0.7 5  

*

117   2.9±0.5
2002 35     2.4±0.8 96   3.9±0.8 3  

*

134   3.3±0.6
2001 49     3.4±1.0 79   3.2±0.7 1  

*

129   3.2±0.5
2000 37     2.6±0.8 86   3.5±0.7 7   3.7±2.7 130   3.3±0.6
1999 37     2.6±0.8 101   4.2±0.8 4  

*

142   3.5±0.6
Note: The manner in which underlying cause of death is coded and classified was revised in 1999 to reflect changing medical opinion and practice. The comparability between classification schemes for this particular cause of death is high (1.00), meaning that the change should have little or no impact on the comparisons of mortality statistics over time.
1998 48     3.4±1.0 92   3.8±0.8 9   5.0±3.2 150   3.8±0.6
1997 44     3.1±0.9 98   4.1±0.8 6   3.4±2.7 148   3.6±0.6
1996 42     3.0±0.9 94   3.9±0.8 6   3.5±2.8 142   3.5±0.6
1995 47     3.3±0.9 130   5.5±0.9 9   5.4±3.5 186   4.6±0.7
1994 46     3.2±0.9 140   6.0±1.0 10   6.2±3.8 196   5.0±0.7
1993 40     2.8±0.9 128   5.5±1.0 -  

-

168   4.1±0.6
1992 67     4.7±1.1 163   7.1±1.1 4  

*

234   5.9±0.8
1991 66     4.6±1.1 147   6.4±1.0 4  

*

217   5.4±0.7
1990 43     3.0±0.9 158   7.0±1.1 6   4.2±3.3 207   5.2±0.7
1989 50     3.5±1.0 139   6.2±1.0 4  

*

193   4.9±0.7

White Female
Year Age Under 25 Age 25 - 74 Age 75 & Older Total Deaths Age-Adjusted
Rate
Number Rate Number Rate Number Rate
2012 11     0.9±0.5 37   1.5±0.5 2  

*

50   1.3±0.4
2011 14     1.1±0.6 39   1.6±0.5 6   1.7±1.4 59   1.5±0.4
2010 21     1.7±0.7 33   1.3±0.5 6   1.7±1.4 60   1.5±0.4
2009 14     1.1±0.6 34   1.4±0.5 3  

*

51   1.3±0.4
2008 13     1.0±0.6 41   1.7±0.5 5  

*

59   1.4±0.4
2007 15     1.2±0.6 44   1.8±0.5 7   2.0±1.5 66   1.7±0.4
2006 16     1.2±0.6 36   1.4±0.5 8   2.3±1.6 60   1.4±0.4
2005 12     0.9±0.5 46   1.9±0.5 9   2.6±1.7 67   1.6±0.4
2004 11     0.8±0.5 46   1.9±0.5 8   2.3±1.6 65   1.5±0.4
2003 17     1.3±0.6 43   1.7±0.5 3  

*

63   1.5±0.4
2002 16     1.2±0.6 42   1.7±0.5 3  

*

61   1.5±0.4
2001 20     1.5±0.6 46   1.9±0.5 4  

*

70   1.8±0.4
2000 24     1.8±0.7 62   2.5±0.6 4  

*

90   2.2±0.5
1999 24     1.8±0.7 49   2.0±0.6 7   2.1±1.6 80   1.9±0.4
Note: The manner in which underlying cause of death is coded and classified was revised in 1999 to reflect changing medical opinion and practice. The comparability between classification schemes for this particular cause of death is high (1.00), meaning that the change should have little or no impact on the comparisons of mortality statistics over time.
1998 25     1.8±0.7 52   2.1±0.6 7   2.2±1.6 84   2.0±0.4
1997 20     1.5±0.6 48   1.9±0.5 6   1.9±1.5 74   1.8±0.4
1996 19     1.4±0.6 50   2.0±0.6 11   3.5±2.1 80   1.9±0.4
1995 26     1.9±0.7 61   2.5±0.6 5  

*

92   2.2±0.5
1994 28     2.1±0.8 60   2.5±0.6 5  

*

93   2.3±0.5
1993 26     1.9±0.7 70   2.9±0.7 8   2.8±1.9 104   2.6±0.5
1992 25     1.8±0.7 58   2.4±0.6 3  

*

86   2.1±0.4
1991 28     2.0±0.8 83   3.5±0.7 10   3.6±2.3 121   3.0±0.5
1990 29     2.1±0.8 68   2.9±0.7 10   3.8±2.3 107   2.6±0.5
1989 20     1.4±0.6 48   2.0±0.6 6   2.3±1.9 74   1.8±0.4

Black
Year Age Under 25 Age 25 - 74 Age 75 & Older Total Deaths Age-Adjusted
Rate
Number Rate Number Rate Number Rate
2012 216     35.2±4.7 312   38.4±4.3 6   9.8±7.8 534   35.4±3.1
2011 183     29.7±4.3 285   35.2±4.1 3  

*

471   31.2±2.9
2010 164     26.5±4.1 257   31.8±3.9 2  

*

423   27.9±2.7
2009 188     30.4±4.3 279   34.8±4.1 7   11.8±8.7 474   31.6±2.9
2008 187     30.0±4.3 266   33.1±4.0 5  

*

458   30.2±2.8
2007 174     27.7±4.1 312   38.8±4.3 4  

*

490   32.4±2.9
2006 176     27.8±4.1 342   42.5±4.5 1  

*

519   34.3±3.0
2005 158     24.8±3.9 315   39.3±4.3 4  

*

477   31.5±2.9
2004 156     24.4±3.8 310   38.9±4.3 5  

*

471   31.4±2.9
2003 152     23.7±3.8 306   38.6±4.3 -  

-

458   30.4±2.8
2002 168     26.2±4.0 312   39.6±4.4 5  

*

485   32.4±2.9
2001 164     25.6±3.9 307   39.2±4.4 4  

*

475   31.6±2.9
2000 166     26.1±4.0 319   40.9±4.5 3  

*

488   32.6±2.9
1999 192     30.4±4.3 316   41.0±4.5 9   17.3±11.3 517   34.7±3.0
Note: The manner in which underlying cause of death is coded and classified was revised in 1999 to reflect changing medical opinion and practice. The comparability between classification schemes for this particular cause of death is high (1.00), meaning that the change should have little or no impact on the comparisons of mortality statistics over time.
1998 206     32.8±4.5 313   41.1±4.6 5  

*

524   35.1±3.0
1997 220     35.2±4.6 321   42.6±4.7 5  

*

546   37.2±3.2
1996 227     36.4±4.7 342   46.0±4.9 6   12.3±9.8 576   38.8±3.2
1995 287     46.0±5.3 358   49.1±5.1 6   12.6±10.1 651   44.4±3.5
1994 332     53.7±5.8 392   54.6±5.4 3  

*

727   49.5±3.7
1993 345     56.4±6.0 395   55.8±5.5 7   15.4±11.4 747   51.5±3.8
1992 314     52.1±5.8 397   56.8±5.6 7   15.8±11.7 718   49.7±3.7
1991 356     59.8±6.2 427   62.2±5.9 8   18.4±12.8 791   55.7±4.0
1990 346     59.1±6.2 410   60.8±5.9 6   14.2±11.4 762   53.2±3.9
1989 290     49.9±5.7 485   73.0±6.5 9   21.9±14.3 785   57.2±4.1

Black Male
Year Age Under 25 Age 25 - 74 Age 75 & Older Total Deaths Age-Adjusted
Rate
Number Rate Number Rate Number Rate
2012 185     59.3±8.6 279   74.5±8.7 4  

*

468   65.1±6.1
2011 158     50.5±7.9 251   67.3±8.3 3  

*

412   57.3±5.7
2010 142     45.3±7.5 233   62.6±8.0 2  

*

377   52.1±5.4
2009 161     51.3±7.9 246   66.6±8.3 5  

*

412   58.0±5.8
2008 169     53.5±8.1 243   65.8±8.3 2  

*

414   56.9±5.6
2007 158     49.6±7.7 264   71.4±8.6 2  

*

424   58.6±5.7
2006 152     47.4±7.5 287   77.7±9.0 1  

*

440   60.8±5.8
2005 139     43.1±7.2 277   75.4±8.9 2  

*

418   57.8±5.6
2004 123     38.0±6.7 277   75.9±8.9 4  

*

404   57.6±5.7
2003 128     39.5±6.8 258   71.1±8.7 -  

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386   54.0±5.4
2002 136     42.0±7.1 258   71.5±8.7 3  

*

397   56.3±5.6
2001 146     45.2±7.3 256   71.4±8.7 4  

*

406   57.0±5.7
2000 140     43.7±7.2 263   73.8±8.9 3  

*

406   57.6±5.7
1999 166     52.2±7.9 262   74.5±9.0 5  

*

433   61.5±5.9
Note: The manner in which underlying cause of death is coded and classified was revised in 1999 to reflect changing medical opinion and practice. The comparability between classification schemes for this particular cause of death is high (1.00), meaning that the change should have little or no impact on the comparisons of mortality statistics over time.
1998 171     54.2±8.1 248   71.4±8.9 2  

*

421   59.4±5.8
1997 185     58.9±8.5 248   72.3±9.0 4  

*

437   63.2±6.1
1996 195     62.4±8.8 268   79.3±9.5 2  

*

466   66.6±6.2
1995 249     79.7±9.9 279   84.2±9.9 5  

*

533   77.2±6.8
1994 292     94.5±10.8 315   96.7±10.7 2  

*

609   87.4±7.1
1993 295     96.6±11.0 314   97.9±10.8 5  

*

614   89.8±7.3
1992 254     84.6±10.4 320   101.5±11.1 4  

*

578   86.0±7.3
1991 310     104.8±11.7 354   114.6±11.9 5  

*

669   101.1±8.0
1990 291     100.1±11.5 331   109.4±11.8 6   39.1±31.3 628   95.0±7.8
1989 243     84.3±10.6 386   129.4±12.9 7   46.7±34.6 636   100.4±8.2

Black Female
Year Age Under 25 Age 25 - 74 Age 75 & Older Total Deaths Age-Adjusted
Rate
Number Rate Number Rate Number Rate
2012 30     9.9±3.6 33   7.5±2.6 2  

*

65   8.2±2.0
2011 25     8.2±3.2 34   7.8±2.6 -  

-

59   7.5±1.9
2010 22     7.2±3.0 24   5.5±2.2 -  

-

46   5.8±1.7
2009 27     8.8±3.3 33   7.6±2.6 2  

*

62   8.0±2.0
2008 18     5.9±2.7 23   5.3±2.2 3  

*

44   5.7±1.7
2007 16     5.2±2.5 48   11.0±3.1 2  

*

66   8.6±2.1
2006 24     7.7±3.1 55   12.6±3.3 -  

-

79   10.2±2.3
2005 19     6.0±2.7 38   8.8±2.8 2  

*

59   7.7±2.0
2004 33     10.4±3.6 33   7.6±2.6 1  

*

67   8.3±2.0
2003 24     7.6±3.0 48   11.2±3.2 -  

-

72   9.2±2.1
2002 32     10.1±3.5 54   12.6±3.4 2  

*

88   11.2±2.4
2001 18     5.7±2.6 51   12.0±3.3 -  

-

69   9.0±2.1
2000 26     8.2±3.2 56   13.3±3.5 -  

-

82   10.5±2.3
1999 26     8.3±3.2 54   12.9±3.4 4  

*

84   11.0±2.4
Note: The manner in which underlying cause of death is coded and classified was revised in 1999 to reflect changing medical opinion and practice. The comparability between classification schemes for this particular cause of death is high (1.00), meaning that the change should have little or no impact on the comparisons of mortality statistics over time.
1998 34     10.9±3.7 65   15.7±3.8 3  

*

102   13.2±2.6
1997 35     11.2±3.7 73   17.8±4.1 1  

*

109   14.2±2.7
1996 32     10.3±3.6 74   18.3±4.2 4  

*

110   14.2±2.7
1995 38     12.2±3.9 79   19.8±4.4 1  

*

118   15.5±2.8
1994 40     12.9±4.0 77   19.6±4.4 1  

*

118   15.8±2.9
1993 50     16.3±4.5 81   20.9±4.6 2  

*

133   17.8±3.1
1992 60     19.9±5.0 77   20.1±4.5 3  

*

140   18.3±3.1
1991 46     15.4±4.4 73   19.3±4.4 3  

*

122   16.4±3.0
1990 55     18.6±4.9 79   21.2±4.7 -  

-

134   17.6±3.1
1989 47     16.1±4.6 99   27.0±5.3 2  

*

149   20.5±3.4

 

Note: Rates are based on age-specific death rates per 100,000 population in specified group.  Computed by the direct method, using as the standard population the age distribution of the total population of the United States as projected for the year 2000.

The true rate lies between the lower and upper bounds of the interval with 95% statistical confidence.

The underlying cause of death is the condition giving rise to the chain of events leading to death. Between January 1, 1979 and December 31, 1998, the underlying causes of death were classified in accordance with the Ninth Revision of the International Classification of Diseases (ICD-9), a coding structure developed by the World Health Organization. Starting January 1, 1999, causes of death were classified using the Tenth Revision of the International Classification of Diseases (ICD-10). With each revision there are differences in classifying the underlying cause of death. Therefore, health statistics based on one revision are not directly comparable to the other revision without the use of comparability ratios.
(See "Comparability of cause of death between ICD–9 and ICD–10: Preliminary estimates." National vital statistics reports; vol 49 no. 2. Hyattsville, Maryland: National Center for Health Statistics. 2001. )


Before 1999, Assault (Homicide) deaths were classified with ICD-9 codes E960-E978. Starting in 1999, Assault (Homicide) deaths were classified using ICD-10 codes *U01-*U02,X85-Y09,Y87.1.

Asterisk (*) indicates that data do not meet standards of reliability or precision.

Source: 1989-2012 Michigan Resident Death Files, Division for Vital Records & Health Statistics, Michigan Department of Community Health. Population Estimate (latest update 9/2012), National Center for Health Statistics, U.S. Census Populations With Bridged Race Categories

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