Special Report

Counties With Worst Drug Problems in Every State

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Hawaii: Maui County
> Annual drug deaths per 100,000 residents: 14.0 (county) 13.3 (state)
> Drug-related deaths, 2013-17: 115 (county) 944 (state)
> Poverty rate: 10.0% (county) 10.3% (state)
> Population: 164,094

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Idaho: Bannock County
> Annual drug deaths per 100,000 residents: 25.5 (county) 14.3 (state)
> Drug-related deaths, 2013-17: 107 (county) 1,183 (state)
> Poverty rate: 17.6% (county) 14.5% (state)
> Population: 84,113

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Illinois: Winnebago County
> Annual drug deaths per 100,000 residents: 34.2 (county) 16.3 (state)
> Drug-related deaths, 2013-17: 492 (county) 10,482 (state)
> Poverty rate: 15.3% (county) 13.5% (state)
> Population: 287,512

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Indiana: Fayette County
> Annual drug deaths per 100,000 residents: 61.4 (county) 21.6 (state)
> Drug-related deaths, 2013-17: 72 (county) 7,164 (state)
> Poverty rate: 18.2% (county) 14.6% (state)
> Population: 23,426

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Iowa: Cerro Gordo County
> Annual drug deaths per 100,000 residents: 18.5 (county) 10.2 (state)
> Drug-related deaths, 2013-17: 40 (county) 1,587 (state)
> Poverty rate: 11.3% (county) 12.0% (state)
> Population: 43,134

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