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United States of America - Adult mortality rate between age 15 and 60

18.35 (deaths per 100 population) in 2015

In 2015, adult mortality rate for United States of America was 18.35 deaths per 100 population. Adult mortality rate of United States of America fell gradually from 23.9 deaths per 100 population in 1970 to 18.35 deaths per 100 population in 2015.

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What is adult mortality rate?

Percentage of total deaths between ages 15 and 60 (per 100 total population), both sexes combined

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What is United States of America adult mortality rate?

Date Value Change, %
2015 18.35 -3.90 %
2010 19.10 4.06 %
2005 18.35 4.42 %
2000 17.57 -4.28 %
1995 18.36 1.30 %
1990 18.12 -5.63 %
1985 19.20 -10.41 %
1980 21.44 -7.57 %
1975 23.19 -2.96 %
1970 23.90 0.23 %
1965 23.85 -3.29 %
1960 24.66

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