New Jersey

0.7-2.5

32,344

56,450

24,651

0

113,445

New Mexico

0.7-13

178,754

45,619

58,556

4,295

261

287,485

New York

NAe

0

0

0

0

1,536

1,216

North Carolina

0.0-2.7

0

7,200

325

0

183,076

190,601

North Dakota

0.5-7.0

5,205

6,002

6,024

3,793

20,421

Ohio

0.8-2.8

131,963

104,558

13,450

0

1,010

249,755

Oklahoma

0.7-12.0

62,353

20,803

8,966

18,895

111,017

Oregon

0.7-2.4

39,865

2,320

680

0

42,865

South Carolina

0.1-5.9

62,924

27,968

190,430

105,618

378,995

South Dakota

0.7-6.0

10,097

14,053

41,038

692

37,758

Texas

0.7-8.8

2,234,504

426,341

233,326

36,863

25,200

2,955,395

Utah

0.7-2.0

8,240

2,560

0

0

10,800

Virginia

0.7-6.3

8,418

11,423

207,924

18,726

408

246,694

Washington

0.7-2.7

54,460

3,117

4,916

0

62,493

West Virginia

1.2

659

0

0

0

659

Wisconsin

0.7-2.7

90,713

36,570

50,140

0

174,850

Wyoming

0.7-4.5

14,694

21,984

2,144

120

38,942

Totals

 

6,674,302

1,406,165

1,424,634

201,898

301,501

9,954,559

aAlaska, the District of Columbia, Maine, Pennsylvania, Rhode Island, Tennessee, and Vermont reported no water systems with natural fluoridation.

bReported as 0.0 or some other number suspected to be a misprint.

cTotal given in the summary table for each state. Because of apparent internal inconsistencies, the numbers in the preceding columns do not necessarily give the same total.

dData for Arkansas were not provided (the table for Arkansas contained a duplication of the Alaska data).

eReported as 0.0 for all systems with natural fluoride.

SOURCE: CDC 1993.



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