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Violent Crime and Unemployment: A Correlation?

Violent Crime Offenses Rate per 100k divided by Unemployment

Created by: ajstryker

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Exploring if there is a correlation between the unemployment rate and violent crime. Of course, this, like all of these mashups are not scientific since all variables cannot be included. Will try adding, subtracting and multiplying the data to see what results.

RankRegionViolent Crime Offenses Rate per 100k÷UnemploymentResult
1District of Columbia1,414.30÷10.70132.18
2Louisiana729.50÷6.60110.53
3New Mexico664.20÷6.50102.18
4Maryland641.90÷7.2089.15
5Delaware689.20÷8.1085.09
6Oklahoma499.60÷6.3079.30
7Alaska661.20÷8.4078.71
8Arkansas529.40÷7.0075.63
9Texas510.60÷7.1071.92
10Florida722.60÷10.2070.84
11Tennessee753.30÷10.7070.40
12Nebraska302.40÷4.4068.73
13Nevada750.60÷11.3066.42
14South Carolina788.30÷12.1065.15
15Kansas452.70÷7.0064.67
16Arizona482.70÷8.2058.87
17Missouri504.90÷9.0056.10
18Illinois533.20÷10.1052.79
19Massachusetts431.50÷8.2052.62
20Georgia493.20÷9.7050.85
21Iowa294.70÷5.8050.81
22Pennsylvania416.50÷8.2050.79
23New York414.10÷8.2050.50
24Wyoming239.30÷5.0047.86
25Colorado347.80÷7.6045.76
26Alabama448.00÷9.8045.71
27Montana287.50÷6.3045.63
28California522.60÷11.5045.44
29Utah234.80÷5.4043.48
30North Carolina466.40÷11.1042.02
31Michigan536.00÷14.1038.01
32Virginia269.70÷7.1037.99
33New Jersey329.30÷8.8037.42
34Hawaii272.80÷7.4036.86
35Washington333.10÷9.4035.44
36Minnesota288.70÷8.2035.21
37South Dakota169.20÷5.0033.84
38Wisconsin290.90÷8.9032.69
39North Dakota142.40÷4.4032.36
40West Virginia275.20÷8.6032.00
41Connecticut256.00÷8.0032.00
42Ohio343.20÷10.8031.78
43Indiana333.60÷10.6031.47
44Idaho239.40÷7.8030.69
45Mississippi291.30÷9.6030.34
46Kentucky295.00÷10.6027.83
47Oregon287.60÷12.4023.19
48New Hampshire137.30÷6.5021.12
49Rhode Island227.30÷12.1018.79
50Vermont124.30÷7.3017.03
51Maine118.00÷8.3014.22
highest to lowest

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