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UndercoverSpez 3 points ago +3 / -0

Do you have the link to the chart?

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EliteNK 2 points ago +2 / -0

Please

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chocolate_frog 1 point ago +1 / -0

You can go to the CDC "wonder" web page and query the exact numbers for yourself even further back, from 1999-2019:

CDC WONDER saved query

Hit "I Agree" on the first page, then "Send" on the next page, and the results will come up. This is what it will give you when you export:

"Notes" "Year" "Year Code" Deaths Population Crude Rate

"1999" "1999" 2391399 279040168 857.0

"2000" "2000" 2403351 281421906 854.0

"2001" "2001" 2416425 284968955 848.0

"2002" "2002" 2443387 287625193 849.5

"2003" "2003" 2448288 290107933 843.9

"2004" "2004" 2397615 292805298 818.8

"2005" "2005" 2448017 295516599 828.4

"2006" "2006" 2426264 298379912 813.1

"2007" "2007" 2423712 301231207 804.6

"2008" "2008" 2471984 304093966 812.9

"2009" "2009" 2437163 306771529 794.5

"2010" "2010" 2468435 308745538 799.5

"2011" "2011" 2515458 311591917 807.3

"2012" "2012" 2543279 313914040 810.2

"2013" "2013" 2596993 316128839 821.5

"2014" "2014" 2626418 318857056 823.7

"2015" "2015" 2712630 321418820 844.0

"2016" "2016" 2744248 323127513 849.3

"2017" "2017" 2813503 325719178 863.8

"2018" "2018" 2839205 327167434 867.8

"2019" "2019" 2854838 328239523 869.7

The results for 2020 are from the link from the image above: https://www.cdc.gov/nchs/nvss/vsrr/provisional-tables.htm