Avg. daily Coalition fatality rate for the last month: 2.6
(nearly all Americans, and excluding Iraqis): 2.6.
Last year, September 2005: 1.73.
Overall daily average to date is 2.29. Total US dead as of today: 2720.
Iraqi monthly military/police fatalities: 150.
Last year, September 2005: 233.
Total dead: 5468.
Iraqi monthly civilian fatalities: 1,429.
Last year, September 2005: 640.
To-date total since March 2005: 13,905. Note that the civilian numbers may be less accurate than others (most likely to be greatly underestimated), but could still be useful in determining trends.
Comments: Things look slightly worse to me this year for US figures, but not dramatically worse as per Woodward's new book. Just continuing badly.
There's an uncovered story in the decline of Iraqi military casualties compared to 2005 while civilian casualties skyrocket. I'd assume that the Iraqi military stats would also get worse. My best guess for an explanation is that the military and police are sitting out the civil war, one more unhopeful sign for the future.