"The fire problem varies from region to region in the United States. This often is a result of climate, poverty, education, demographics, and other causal factors. The following table shows the District of Columbia and each State’s fire death rate per capita for 2006 based on the State where the fire death occurred. The national fire death rate in 2006 was 13.2 deaths per million population. States are listed by rate from highest to lowest. The higher death rates in 2006 occurred in West...
This ranks each of the "shall issue" CCW states by the percentage of adults who have a permit to carry a concealed firearm.
U.S. total excludes territories.
All bridges that are structurally deficient and functionally obsolete.
Emission estimates are based on energy consumption data from EIA's State Energy Consumption, Price, and Expenditure Estimates (SEDS) released Spring/Summer 2009
Percentage of Households with Loaded Household Firearm
Average Single Premium per Enrolled Employee For Employer-Based Health Insurance
Doctors per 100,000 resident population. Excludes doctors of osteopathy, federally employed persons, and physicians with addresses unknown. Includes all physicians not classified according to activity status.