Age-adjusted rates per 100,000 U.S. standard population. Populations used for computing death rates are postcensal estimates based on the 2000 census estimated as of July 1, 2006. Since death rates are affected by the population composition of a given area, age-adjusted death rates should be used for comparisons between areas because they control for differences in population composition. Data are for 2006.
The percent of high school graduates in 2006.
"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...
Median Monthly Housing Costs for Owner-Occupied Housing Units With a Mortgage (Dollars): 2005 Universe: Owner-occupied housing units Data Set: 2005 American Community Survey Survey: 2005 American Community Survey, 2005 Puerto Rico Community Survey Geographic Area: United States and States
% of respondents who answered 'yes' that they had 5 or more drinks on one occasion (Adults)
Divorce rate by state. Data does not include Oklahoma, Louisiana and Indiana. Data for California is from 1990. All other data is from 2002.
Murder rate per 100k by state in the US
These are the totals by State for Military Veterans receiving Compensation or Pension Recipients
US Census Bureau, American Community Survey 2005-2009, Resident Population Estimate (Black and African American Alone)