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CDC Wonder is a massive database that compiles detailed mortality data from every county and state in America. Each cause of death is recorded as an ICD-10 code (International Cause of Death) for consistency.

For a given cause of death, CDC Wonder reports the data as raw numbers, a crude rate, or an age-adjusted rate. Data may also be reported as the underlying cause of death, or one of multiple causes of death.

 
  • Includes both underlying causes of death (UCD) and multiple causes of death (MCD), with age-adjusted and crude rates.
  • Data granularity: national, state, and counties, broken down by sex, age, race, and ethnicity.
  • Timeframe: annual data, ranging from 1999 to 2016.
 
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Analyze the Breadth + Depth of CDC Wonder

Explore example charts based on topics, and drill down to see data for specific populations.

 

Explore cause of death data at national, state, and county levels.

Click to see data on a few of the topics in the ACS:

 

Drill down to data for specific populations of Americans.

Choose a characteristic to compare across for the heart disease mortality rate.

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