Asian Americans: Percent of COVID-19 deaths and population, through May 19, 2020
For all U.S. states with available data and Washington, D.C., in cases where 10 or more known deaths have occurred. Sorted from most over-represented to most under-represented.
Includes data from the 18 states of California, Colorado, Connecticut, Georgia, Illinois, Iowa, Kentucky, Louisiana, Maryland, Massachusetts, Michigan, Minnesota, New Jersey, New York, Ohio, Pennsylvania, Washington and Wisconsin. These states are those reporting data that have experienced 10 or more deaths among Asian residents. Data for Connecticut, Michigan and Wisconsin include Pacific Islanders in the numerators and denominators. Florida, Mississippi, Missouri and South Carolina include Asians in their "Other" category, so they cannot be shown here. Additionally, it is not known whether Rhode Island and Virginia—which show zero Asian deaths to date—are also counting Asian deaths in their "Other" category, due to unclear reporting. States employ varying methods for reporting race and ethnicity data. Population figures shown here align with method used by each state.