For the metropolitan counties, over the period 2015-2019, the number of people killed per million inhabitants per year varies from 17 for the Hauts-de-Seine and Paris to 138 for the Alpes-de-Haute-Provence. The average for the metropolitan area is 52, close to the European average. 30 departments are below the national average, mainly highly populated departments with a strong urban component.
The target of less than 2,000 people killed in 2020 corresponds to a ratio of 30 per million inhabitants. Only 6 departments are below this value over 2015-2019: Paris and 5 departments of Île-de-France.
Between the period 2010-2014 and the period 2015-2019, mortality per million inhabitants decreased by -9 % in mailand France. In 50 departments, this rate fell more sharply, to -44 % for the department of Lozère but concerns small and therefore more fluctuating numbers. It is up in 20 departments. The most significant increase concerns Orne (+ 24%).
Mortality of 18-24 year olds per million young people in this age group is lowest in Paris and the inner suburbs and highest in the low-density rural departments and transition departments. In 30% of the departments, this rate is higher than 200, that is to say almost 4 times the national mortality per million inhabitants.