VIOLENT CRIME STATISTICS FOR U.S. STATES 2020

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VIOLENT CRIME STATISTICS BY STATE (2019)

1 District of Columbia 999.8
2 Alaska 837.8
3 New Mexico 778.3
4 Tennessee 672.7
5 Arkansas 671.9
6 Louisiana 639.4
7 Missouri 542.7
8 South Carolina 530.7
9 South Dakota 501.4
10 Arizona 484.8
11 Michigan 478
12 Montana 469.8
13 Nevada 460.3
14 Oklahoma 458.6
15 Alabama 453.6
16 Texas 446.5
17 California 442
18 Delaware 431.9
19 Illinois 425.9
20 Kansas 425
21 Colorado 423.1
22 North Carolina 419.3
23 Georgia 400.1
24 Maryland 399.9
25 Pennsylvania 389.5
26 Florida 383.6
27 New York 363.8
28 Indiana 357.7
29 West Virginia 355.9
30 Nebraska 334.1
31 North Dakota 329
32 Wisconsin 323.4
33 Massachussets 308.8
34 Ohio 308.8
35 Iowa 303.5
36 Washington 293.7
37 Oregon 291.9
38 Mississippi 291.2
39 Minnesota 277.5
40 Utah 260.7
41 Kentucky 259.1
42 Hawaii 254.2
43 Idaho 242.6
44 Wyoming 234.2
45 Rhode Island 230.8
46 Virginia 208.7
47 New Jersey 195.4
48 Connecticut 181.6
49 Vermont 173.4
50 New Hampshire 146.4
51 Maine 108.6
*Source: FBI Violent Crime Statistics 2020

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