Death Statistics by Zip Code

Death Statistics KIC allows you to create statistics on Kansas resident deaths (see residency definition) by cause, year, age-group, sex, race, Hispanic origin, and zip code. Select row and column variables to define the table of results. Use filters in optional step 2 to limit results. The most current year for Death Statistics KIC is 2012. See the Death Statistics Notes and Limitations on this dataset and its preparation.

On April 1, 2016, population estimates were updated with the newly released 2000-2009 intercensal population estimates, produced by the U.S. Census Bureau Population Estimates program. Introduction of the intercensal estimates could alter any results (rates / percentages) captured prior to April 1, 2016. For more detail, regarding population estimates, see KIC’s Notes & Limitations, section “Population Estimates”.

STEP 1
STEP 2  - OPTIONAL
Choose the variables you want in your table. Certain variables can be limited in your search.
Rows:
  Year
  Age Group
  Sex
  Race
  Cause of Death
  Zip Code
Columns:
  Year
  Age Group
  Sex
  Race
  Cause of Death
  Zip Code
Age Group:
Race:
Sex:
Help & Notes Step 1. If you want see your results by a geographic area, you must select zip code as a row or column variable. If you want to see statistics broken out by year or other variable, you will need to make that variable a row or column variable. You cannot make a variable both a row or column variable. If you select age-group, there are breakouts possible within some age-groups by clicking on the age-group. Help & Notes Step 2. These selections allow you to filter the resulting table to a specific subcategory. If one of Step 2 variables is also a row or column variable, then applying the filter will have no affect on the output table.
STEP 3
STEP 4
Which year(s) would you like to include in your query? Select which Cause of Death you wish to view from the
following list. If you have selected Cause of Death as your row
variable, you may select multiple death causes by holding
down the control key and selecting the ones you want with
the mouse pointer.
1990 1991 1992 1993 1994
1995 1996 1997 1998 1999
2000 2001 2002 2003
2004
2005
2006
2007
2008
2009
2010
2011
2012
2013
2014
2015
All Years| Clear All
Help & Notes Step 3. If year is a row or column variable, then the table will display results by single year. If year is not a row or column variable, than the resulting table will aggregate the number of years you check. Data for new years will be added as it becomes available. Help & Notes Step 4. If you have selected Cause of Death as your row variable, you may select multiple death causes by holding down the control key and selecting the ones you want with the mouse pointer. You can also limit your search by the cause of death. After you get a table for a certain cause of death, you will be allowed to "drill down" on the data, which means that you can look at the more specific causes of death that make up these broader topics. If you selected some other row variable, only one cause of death will be displayed.
STEP 5
STEP 6
Enter the zip codes for which you want to see data:
Multiple zip codes can be entered separated by spaces.
This option allows you to select how you want to view the results.
   zip lookup (usps.gov)
Frequencies only
Frequencies and Percents By Column
Frequencies and Percents By Row
Help & Notes Step 5. Multiple Zip Codes can be entered, but must be separated by a space. Help & Notes Step 6. The selections in this group allows you to determine how you would like for the results to be displayed; frequencies and percents.
STEP 7
Your search is ready.  Click the submit button.
** You must enter a Zip Code(s) in Step 5 **



This page updated October 10, 2016.