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What does "Suicide mortality rate, males" mean?Suicide mortality rate is the number of suicide deaths in a year per 100,000 population. Crude suicide rate (not age-adjusted).

United States of America's Suicide mortality rate, males(2019)

United States of America's latest "Suicide mortality rate, males" is 25[Per 100,000 population].(2019's Research)

United States of America's latest Suicide mortality rate, males(2019)
CountrySuicide mortality rate, males
United States of America25[Per 100,000 population]

※Source:worldbank.org Details
The newest updated about survey by worldbank.org for 2019.
(Confirmed on March 20, 2021, 12:00 am.)
Statistical data for 2020 and 2021 will be reflected immediately upon release.

Transition Chart Of United States of America's Suicide mortality rate, males(2000 - current year)

So how has the current "25[Per 100,000 population]" Suicide mortality rate, males in United States of America changed compared to the past?

The following transition graph(line chart) shows "Suicide mortality rate, males" in United States of America from 2000 to 2019.

Animation Chart showing the yearly change

*Here is a chart that shows the transition from 2000 to 2019 as a moving year-by-year graph. It is also comparable to the total population.

*If you choose to view Other Statistics, you will be able to compare "Suicide mortality rate, males" with over 270 statistics for United States of America.

Changes in the global ranking of United States of America's "Suicide mortality rate, males" (full history)

The following Bar Chart Race shows the changes in the global ranking of United States of America's "Suicide mortality rate, males".

The entire history of United States of America's world ranking from 2000 to 2019 is visualized in Bar Chart Race.

*How to see the graph
United States of America is marked with a red frame, and an UP arrow is displayed on the right side when the ranking goes up, and a DOWN arrow is displayed when it goes down.

You can see where United States of America's "Suicide mortality rate, males" has been ranked in the world.

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Overall view of the chart (still image)

This is the overall chart of the United States of America' Suicide mortality rate, males graph above.

Transition Chart Of United States of America's Suicide mortality rate, males(2000 - 2019)

※Source:worldbank.org Details

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Line 1:Years, Line 2:Suicide mortality rate, males

Also below is a list of "United States of America's Suicide mortality rate, males" from 2000 to 2019. 👆Scrollable horizontally.

A list of data on United States of America's Suicide mortality rate, males(2000 to 2019) 👆Scrollable horizontally
Year200020052010201520162019
Suicide mortality rate, males[Per 100,000 population]17.9018.6020.7023.0023.6025.00
year-on-year(+-)-0.72.12.30.61.4
year-on-year(%)-103.91111.29111.11102.61105.93

Looking at the above graph of "United States of America's Suicide mortality rate, males", we can see that the data for 2019, the latest year available, is the highest.

In addition,it is 1.4 more than the previous year, 2016, which means "Suicide mortality rate, males" is going up.

In particular, when comparing the latest data with 2000, the year with the lowest data "Suicide mortality rate, males", there is a 1.4-fold difference, showing how "Suicide mortality rate, males" has increased.

Also, if you are looking for population growth trends rather than Suicide mortality rate, males, please refer to this page for a special feature for your consideration.
➡ Population Trends in United States of America (Past to Future Projections)

Comparison Bar Graph(Hight or Low? United States of America vs China )

How high or low is "United States of America's Suicide mortality rate, males"?

Comparing Suicide mortality rate, males in United States of America, India and Indonesia

First, let's compare "Suicide mortality rate, males" in India and Indonesia, which have the world's closest populations to United States of America.

Comparison Bar Graph Of Suicide mortality rate, males(United States of America vs India vs Indonesia )

※Source:worldbank.org Details

A chart comparing Suicide mortality rate, males in India and Indonesia, which have similar populations to United States of America.
CountryPopulationSuicide mortality rate, males
India1,366,417,75614.1[Per 100,000 population]
United States of America328,329,95325[Per 100,000 population]
Indonesia270,625,5673.7[Per 100,000 population]

Looking at the table above comparing Suicide mortality rate, males, we see that

In particular, the comparison reveals that although United States of Americaand Indonesia are close to the first and second in population numbers in the world, there is an overwhelming difference in "Suicide mortality rate, males".

United States of America VS China vs Japan

Next, we will compare "Suicide mortality rate, males" in United States of America with that in China and Japan.

Comparison Bar Graph Of Suicide mortality rate, males(United States of America vs China vs Japan)

※Source:worldbank.org Details

A chart comparing "Suicide mortality rate, males" in China and Japan and United States of America.
CountryPopulationSuicide mortality rate, males
China1,397,715,0009.8[Per 100,000 population]
United States of America328,329,95325[Per 100,000 population]
Japan126,264,93121.8[Per 100,000 population]

From the above graph, we can see that among those countries, United States of America has the highest number of "Suicide mortality rate, males".

In particular, the data is 2.6 times higher than that of China, 1.1 times higher than that of Japan, and 1 times higher than that of United States of America.

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Where does United States of America rank in the world in terms of the "Suicide mortality rate, males"?

Here is an easy-to-understand explanation, using tables and graphs, of where United States of America ranks in the world's "Suicide mortality rate, males".

United States of America ranks 25th in the world in "Suicide mortality rate, males"

First, let's take a look at "United States of America's Suicide mortality rate, males" and see how high it is in the world, using the world "Suicide mortality rate, males" ranking chart.

The world Suicide mortality rate, males ranking chart:United States of America ranks 25th
RankCountrySuicide mortality rate, males
[Per 100,000 population]
21Botswana26.30
22Moldova, Republic of26.10
23Hungary25.90
24Croatia25.30
25United States of America25
26Belgium24.90
27Estonia24.30
28Finland23.20
29Cuba23
30Austria22.80

※Source:worldbank.org Details

Ranking of the world's highest "Suicide mortality rate, males"

In this ranking table of the world's highest "Suicide mortality rate, males", United States of America ranks 25th out of 181 countries for which statistics are available, indicating that United States of America is one of the top thirty countries in the world with a relatively high level of "Suicide mortality rate, males".

Below is a graph that shows the yearly changes in the World ranking of "Suicide mortality rate, males" and which cities or prefectures are in the top 10.

Top 10 World ranking of "Suicide mortality rate, males"

For more detailed ranking of the world's highest "Suicide mortality rate, males", please refer to the entire list here.
➡ Ranking of the world's highest "Suicide mortality rate, males"

World Average vs United States of America vs Global Median

The following bar chart compares the average and median of the global ranking of "Suicide mortality rate, males" with United States of America.

Comparison Bar Chart Of Suicide mortality rate, males(World Average vs United States of America vs Global Median)

※Source:worldbank.org Details

Chart comparing Suicide mortality rate, males in United States of America with the world median (11) and average (15)
CountrySuicide mortality rate, males
United States of America25[Per 100,000 population]
Average15[Per 100,000 population]
Median11[Per 100,000 population]

※Source:worldbank.org Details

From the table here, we can see that "United States of America's Suicide mortality rate, males" is 1.7 times higher than the average.

Moreover, when compared to the median of 11, we can see that United States of America's Suicide mortality rate, males "25[Per 100,000 population]" is higher (2.21 times) than the median.

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Title"United States of America's Suicide mortality rate, males"
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Period2000 to 2019
Lastmodified2021-03-20T10:55:04+0900
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Frequently Asked Questions about "United States of America's Suicide mortality rate, males"

What is the latest data on "Suicide mortality rate, males" in United States of America?The latest "Suicide mortality rate, males" in United States of America that we can find in 2021 is 25[Per 100,000 population]. This data is from the 2019 worldbank.org survey and is in unit of Per 100,000 population. More details.
By what percentage did "Suicide mortality rate, males" in United States of America increase from the previous year?It has increased by 5.93% from the previous year (2016). And "Suicide mortality rate, males" in the previous year is 23.60[Per 100,000 population] Show the trend graph from 2000 to 2019.
When was the last year that United States of America's "Suicide mortality rate, males" was at its highest?The year 2019 was the highest year. (25.00[Per 100,000 population])
When was the last year that United States of America's "Suicide mortality rate, males" was at its lowest?The year 2000 was the lowest year. (17.90[Per 100,000 population])
How many times higher is "United States of America's Suicide mortality rate, males" than in Japan?"United States of America's Suicide mortality rate, males" is 1.15 times that of Japan.Show graph
What is United States of America's ranking in the world for "Suicide mortality rate, males"?United States of America is ranked 25th in the world.View the world ranking table of "Suicide mortality rate, males".
Which countries have a similar "Suicide mortality rate, males" to United States of America?Croatia (25[Per 100,000 population]) and Belgium (25[Per 100,000 population]) have very similar data.
How many times is "Suicide mortality rate, males" in United States of America compared to the world average?It is 1.7 times higher than the world average.Find out more.
Is United States of America's Suicide mortality rate, males higher than the world median? It is 2.21 times higher than the world median.