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New Jersey Health Statistics
1998

TABLE M5. MORTALITY IN SELECTED MUNICIPALITIES
NEW JERSEY, 1998
MUNICIPALITY NUMBER OF DEATHS CRUDE RATE
ATLANTIC CITY 554 1,455.5
BAYONNE 677 1,108.9
BLOOMFIELD 451 1,049.5
CHERRY HILL 713 1,031.6
CLIFTON 855 1,122.3
EAST BRUNSWICK 255 548.4
EAST ORANGE 740 1,063.2
EDISON 728 760.7
ELIZABETH 875 790.7
HACKENSACK 325 859.5
IRVINGTON 458 793.0
JERSEY CITY 1,894 814.9
KEARNY 348 981.9
LAKEWOOD 757 1,508.2
MONTCLAIR 293 815.9
MOUNT LAUREL 312 833.0
NEW BRUNSWICK 281 672.8
NEWARK 2,386 890.9
NORTH BERGEN 507 1,042.4
PASSAIC CITY 413 679.1
PATERSON 1,096 739.5
PISCATAWAY 278 535.5
TEANECK 303 790.2
UNION CITY 366 635.2
UNION TWP (Union Co.) 621 1,219.4
VINELAND 575 1,036.3
WAYNE 508 930.8
WEST NEW YORK 283 744.3
WEST ORANGE 469 1,192.2
WILLINGBORO 245 697.2
WOODBRIDGE 839 877.1
Municipalities were chosen based on population size (>35,000) and accuracy of reporting of residence on certificates.
Crude rates are computed per 100,000 estimated municipality population.
Municipality population by age is not available in intercensal estimates, therefore age-adjusting is not possible.

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