Murder in the US

 

People living in neighborhoods with low gun ownership like DC, compared to people living in high gun ownership areas like North Dakota, are 9 times more likely to have their car stolen (1,449 vs. 151), 100 times more likely to be robbed (1,107 vs. 11), twice as likely to be raped (43.7 vs. 23.4), 350 times more likely to be murdered (70 vs. 0.2), 9 times more likely to be assaulted (1,442 vs. 166), and 5 times more likely to be burglarized (1,761 vs. 325).

The US Statistical Abstract reports 25,488 homicides in the US in 1992, of which 20,115 were men and 5,333 were women.  The homicide rate for men is thus almost four times higher than that for women.   This is one of the world's highest homicide rates--9.8 per 100,000 population, nine times higher than it was in the US at the turn of the 20th Century.  The Bureau of Justice Statistics reports that 63% or 16,057 of these homicides were "cleared" [read: resolved], leaving 9,432 homicides unresolved.  The proportion of unresolved homicides (3.6 per 100k population) in the US now exceeds the total proportion of resolved homicides in most countries.

 

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Cities and states with the highest percentage of blacks have the highest murder rates

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Our high murder rate is comparable to African nations which experienced genocide

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ALL of the Murder Capitals of the World Have Been AMERICAN Cities

 

Murder rate per 100,000 Population


94.7 was the highest on record, 2007 in New Orleans with 424 murders
94.1 in Compton was the second highest in 1991 with 87 murders
90 was another record high, in Gary in 1996 with 105 murders
81.0 in DC in 1991 with 482 murders
71.6 in Youngstown in 1995 with 58 murders
62.8 in Detroit in 1987 with 686 murders
47.1 in San Bernardino in 1993 with 82 murders
52 in Birmingham in 1991 with 139 murders
48 in Baltimore in 1993 with 353 murders

 

 

 

 

The Murder Capitals of the World are also The Rape Capitals of the World

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Three Percenters: TOO STUPID to understand Pastor Gentry


Well, if our "news" sources are any indicator of public opinion (which I agree is a REAL stretch), then the majority of them are STUPID WHITES, and NOT Blacks. But for conversation's sake, let's assume that half of them ARE Blacks. We then have 1.5% of these Three Percenters being Black and 1.5% being STUPID WHITES.

Since Blacks are 13% of the population, 13% - 1.5% = 11.5% of the BLACKS on this forum AGREE with him, and only 1.5% of Blacks give him the thumbs down.

So Blacks who AGREE with him outnumber IDIOT BLACKS like ihoward40 (and Jessie Jackson and Al Sharpton) by EIGHT FOLD, and WHITES (or, actually, non-Blacks) who agree outnumber IDIOT WHITES by SIXTY FIVE FOLD.

I submit to you that this entire cadre of Three Percenter IDIOTS need to be removed from our airwaves, if not entirely from society.

Imagine the peace and quiet (AND disappearance of looting and CRIMINALITY), the other 97% would have IF this could be done.

No more Rodney King Riots, where half of East Los Angeles was DESTROYED. No more Trayvon Martins, et. al. Even DC and Detroit might be able to take a rest from all the VIOLENCE.

 

Bureau of Justice Statistics
Homicide trends in the United States
www.ojp.usdoj.gov/bjs/homicide

Note that the FBI considers "White" in the following statistics to include Hispanics and "White Hispanics" even though they commit homicide at a rate 8 times higher than Whites. With that in mind, the following is the racial composition of offender and victim for homicide


Per Year



Black on Black 7,361

Black on Black Youth 3,650


Black on White 1,221
Black on Other 15
Other on Black 5
Other on White 54
Other on Other 56
White on White 6,661
White on Black 541
White on Other 51

 

Per Day

 

 

Black on Black 20

Black on Black Youth 10
Black on White 3
Black on Other 0.04
Other on Black 0.01
Other on White 0.15
Other on Other 0.15
White on White 18.2
White on Black 1.5
White on Other 0.14

 

Per Year Counting Hispanics

Black on Black 7,361

Black on Black Youth 3,650

Black on Hispanic 1,068
Black on White 153
Black on Other 15
Other on Black 5
Other on White 54
Other on Other 56

Hispanic on Hispanic 5,828
White on White 833

Hispanic on Black 473
White on Black 68

Hispanic on Other 45
White on Other 6

Police on All 91

Police on Black 11

 

 

Murders Per Day Counting Hispanics per the FBI

 

Black on Black 20

(Black on Black Youth 10)

Black on Hispanic 3
Black on White 0.4
Black on Other 0.04
Other on Black 0.01
Other on White 0.1
Other on Other 0.1

Hispanic on Hispanic 16
White on White 2.3

Hispanic on Black 1.3
White on Black 0.2

Hispanic on Other 0.1
White on Other 0.02

Police on All 0.2

Police on Black 0.03

 

We should add that according to the Word of God, as well as to most state laws until very recently, most "Hispanics", because they have more Black blood than Spanish blood (who themselves already had Black blood), are considered "Black".

Not too long ago, George Zimmerman would have been considered "Black", so his "crime" was just yet one more Black on Black crime.

So the 16 murders PER DAY committed by Hispanics are in reality Black on Black crimes [at least in the Eye of our God, the God of Abraham, Isaac, and Jacob].

 

 

 

 

Racial composition of offender and victim for homicide
 
Percent of all homicides
           White on   Black on Other on White on Black on Other on White on Black on Other on
Year       White      White    White    Black    Black    Black    Other    Other    Other
      1976       43.5%     6.0%     0.3%     2.0%    47.5%     0.0%     0.2%     0.1%     0.4%
      1977       44.6%     5.9%     0.4%     2.4%    45.8%     0.1%     0.3%     0.1%     0.5%
      1978       46.3%     6.1%     0.3%     1.8%    44.8%     0.0%     0.3%     0.0%     0.3%
      1979       46.0%     6.8%     0.4%     2.5%    43.7%     0.0%     0.2%     0.1%     0.4%
      1980       46.8%     6.4%     0.3%     2.2%    43.6%     0.0%     0.2%     0.1%     0.4%
      1981       46.8%     6.8%     0.2%     2.5%    43.0%     0.0%     0.2%     0.1%     0.4%
      1982       48.1%     6.4%     0.3%     2.5%    41.7%     0.0%     0.3%     0.1%     0.5%
      1983       48.7%     6.3%     0.3%     2.3%    41.6%     0.0%     0.3%     0.1%     0.5%
      1984       50.3%     6.2%     0.3%     2.6%    39.8%     0.0%     0.3%     0.1%     0.5%
      1985       49.7%     6.7%     0.3%     2.7%    39.8%     0.0%     0.2%     0.1%     0.5%
      1986       47.1%     6.5%     0.4%     2.6%    42.6%     0.1%     0.3%     0.0%     0.6%
      1987       47.3%     6.3%     0.4%     2.9%    42.2%     0.1%     0.2%     0.1%     0.5%
      1988       44.9%     6.6%     0.4%     2.7%    44.5%     0.1%     0.3%     0.0%     0.4%
      1989       43.9%     7.0%     0.3%     3.1%    44.8%     0.0%     0.3%     0.0%     0.5%
      1990       44.1%     6.9%     0.3%     3.2%    44.8%     0.0%     0.3%     0.1%     0.4%
      1991       41.5%     7.7%     0.3%     3.4%    46.3%     0.0%     0.3%     0.1%     0.4%
      1992       41.7%     8.5%     0.3%     2.7%    46.1%     0.0%     0.2%     0.1%     0.4%
      1993       41.1%     8.9%     0.3%     2.7%    46.2%     0.0%     0.2%     0.1%     0.4%
      1994       41.1%     8.6%     0.4%     3.1%    46.1%     0.0%     0.3%     0.1%     0.3%
      1995       43.8%     8.0%     0.4%     3.3%    43.6%     0.1%     0.3%     0.1%     0.5%
      1996       43.8%     8.4%     0.4%     3.3%    43.4%     0.1%     0.3%     0.1%     0.3%
      1997       43.4%     8.4%     0.3%     2.9%    44.0%     0.0%     0.2%     0.1%     0.6%
      1998       46.4%     7.5%     0.3%     3.2%    41.6%     0.1%     0.3%     0.1%     0.5%
 
 
Number of homicides
           White on   Black on Other on White on Black on Other on White on Black on Other on
Year       White      White    White    Black    Black    Black    Other    Other    Other
      1976       6279      862       44      290     6855        2       29       12       59
      1977       6299      828       52      346     6469        7       36       10       71
      1978       6776      899       40      269     6547        5       37        5       48
      1979       7054     1037       54      390     6706        4       31       10       64
      1980       7384     1011       42      343     6886        7       34        9       67
      1981       7588     1106       37      402     6972        8       33       11       71
      1982       7183      960       44      377     6227        3       44       12       79
      1983       6719      869       41      314     5739        3       38        8       68
      1984       6664      816       42      341     5264        3       36        9       63
      1985       6744      913       43      361     5402        5       27       12       65
      1986       6896      949       54      378     6235        7       41        6       88
      1987       6574      873       49      408     5861        8       35       10       70
      1988       6362      939       62      389     6312        8       40        7       58
      1989       6450     1029       50      457     6583        2       42        5       75
      1990       6984     1089       43      502     7091        2       42        9       69
      1991       6611     1220       54      541     7361        5       51       15       56
      1992       6241     1272       40      410     6903        4       35       17       63
      1993       6466     1393       46      432     7268        7       32       16       57
      1994       6208     1306       56      469     6960        4       42       13       52
      1995       6043     1110       51      454     6020        8       37       17       72
      1996       5602     1077       49      417     5551       13       32       17       41
      1997       5056      974       34      343     5119        5       28       17       70
      1998       5188      839       36      362     4653        8       29       12       56
 
Source: FBI, Supplementary Homicide Reports, 1976-98.
See the methodology section in Additional Information About
the Data for weighting and imputation procedures used.
  

 

 

 


 

 

If Wyoming were able to reduce its number of guns to a level equivalent to Delaware, from 59.7% to 25.2%, and thus achieve a high crime rate on par with Delaware, EACH YEAR, it would have: 

10 more murders

67 more rapes

932 more robberies

1,173 more assaults

2,065 more burglaries

1,486 more thefts

325 more auto thefts

Let's also assume that doing this would reduce Wisconsin's gun death rate from 18.1 to a level equivalent to Delaware of 9.1:

Wisconsin population = 5.7 million x 9 gun deaths per 100k = 513 lives saved

 

http://www.city-data.com/city/San-Diego-California.html

National Murder Rate Down 19.1%

From 5.6 to 4.7

 

12% Decrease in Murder Rate in New York From 471 in 2009 to 414 in 2012

51% Decrease Murder Rate in San Francisco From 12.3 to 6.1

 

DC Murder Rate Plunged TWO FOLD (52.3%) Since Supreme Court Outlawed their STRICT Gun Law

From 31.4 in 2008 to 15 in 2012

Murder = 248

Rape = 48

Robbery = 680

Assault = 889

Burglary = 976

Theft = 4,176

Auto Theft = 1,695

Arson = 20

Murder Rate in Los Angeles Drops 23%, from 384 to 297

300 murders in 2012

 

Stockton hits record rate of 70 homicides Putting it in the Same Class as Chicago

 

Murder Rate in Non-Multicultural Newport Beach = 0.2 per 100,000 Population

Murder = 0.2 per 100,000 population

Rape = 5 per 100,000 population

Robbery = 31

Assault = 85

Burglary = 510

Theft = 1,900

Auto Theft = 100

Arson = 8

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

FBI Uniform Crime Report

 

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http://www.ojp.usdoj.gov/bjs/homicide/ageracesex.htm

 

 

MOST BLACK MURDERERS NEVER BROUGHT TO JUSTICE

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e Alton Sterling and Philando Castile shootings have caused an uproar among leftists because they fuel their narrative that racist white police officers are hunting down innocent black men. But the statistics � brought to light by the superb work of Heather MacDonald � tell a different story.

Here are five key statistics you need to know about cops killing blacks.

1. Cops killed nearly twice as many whites as blacks in 2015. According to datacompiled by The Washington Post, 50 percent of the victims of fatal police shootings were white, while 26 percent were black. The majority of these victims had a gun or "were armed or otherwise threatening the officer with potentially lethal force," according to MacDonald in a speech at Hillsdale College.

Some may argue that these statistics are evidence of racist treatment toward blacks, since whites consist of 62 percent of the population and blacks make up 13 percent of the population. But as MacDonald writes in The Wall Street Journal, 2009 statistics from the Bureau of Justice Statistics reveal that blacks were charged with 62 percent of robberies, 57 percent of murders and 45 percent of assaults in the 75 biggest counties in the country, despite only comprising roughly 15 percent of the population in these counties.

"Such a concentration of criminal violence in minority communities means that officers will be disproportionately confronting armed and often resisting suspects in those communities, raising officers� own risk of using lethal force," writes MacDonald.

MacDonald also pointed out in her Hillsdale speech that blacks "commit 75 percent of all shootings, 70 percent of all robberies, and 66 percent of all violent crime" in New York City, even though they consist of 23 percent of the city's population.

"The black violent crime rate would actually predict that more than 26 percent of police victims would be black," MacDonald said. "Officer use of force will occur where the police interact most often with violent criminals, armed suspects, and those resisting arrest, and that is in black neighborhoods."

2. More whites and Hispanics die from police homicides than blacks. According to MacDonald, 12 percent of white and Hispanic homicide deaths were due to police officers, while only four percent of black homicide deaths were the result of police officers.

"If we�re going to have a 'Lives Matter' anti-police movement, it would be more appropriately named "White and Hispanic Lives Matter,'" said MacDonald in her Hillsdale speech.

3. The Post's data does show that unarmed black men are more likely to die by the gun of a cop than an unarmed white man...but this does not tell the whole story. In August 2015, the ratio was seven-to-one of unarmed black men dying from police gunshots compared to unarmed white men; the ratio was six-to-one by the end of 2015. But MacDonald points out in The Marshall Project that looking at the details of the actual incidents that occurred paints a different picture:

The �unarmed� label is literally accurate, but it frequently fails to convey highly-charged policing situations. In a number of cases, if the victim ended up being unarmed, it was certainly not for lack of trying. At least five black victims had reportedly tried to grab the officer�s gun, or had been beating the cop with his own equipment. Some were shot from an accidental discharge triggered by their own assault on the officer. And two individuals included in the Post�s �unarmed black victims� category were struck by stray bullets aimed at someone else in justified cop shootings. If the victims were not the intended targets, then racism could have played no role in their deaths.

In one of those unintended cases, an undercover cop from the New York Police Department was conducting a gun sting in Mount Vernon, just north of New York City. One of the gun traffickers jumped into the cop�s car, stuck a pistol to his head, grabbed $2,400 and fled. The officer gave chase and opened fire after the thief again pointed his gun at him. Two of the officer�s bullets accidentally hit a 61-year-old bystander, killing him. That older man happened to be black, but his race had nothing to do with his tragic death. In the other collateral damage case, Virginia Beach, Virginia, officers approached a car parked at a convenience store that had a homicide suspect in the passenger seat. The suspect opened fire, sending a bullet through an officer�s shirt. The cops returned fire, killing their assailant as well as a woman in the driver�s seat. That woman entered the Post�s database without qualification as an �unarmed black victim� of police fire.

MacDonald examines a number of other instances, including unarmed black men in San Diego, CA and Prince George's County, MD attempting to reach for a gun in a police officer's holster. In the San Diego case, the unarmed black man actually "jumped the officer" and assaulted him, and the cop shot the man since he was "fearing for his life." MacDonald also notes that there was an instance in 2015 where "three officers were killed with their own guns, which the suspects had wrestled from them."

4. Black and Hispanic police officers are more likely to fire a gun at blacks than white officers. This is according to a Department of Justice report in 2015 about the Philadelphia Police Department, and is further confirmed that by a study conducted University of Pennsylvania criminologist Greg Ridgeway in 2015 that determined black cops were 3.3 times more likely to fire a gun than other cops at a crime scene. 

5. Blacks are more likely to kill cops than be killed by cops. This is according to FBI data, which also found that 40 percent of cop killers are black. According to MacDonald, the police officer is 18.5 times more likely to be killed by a black than a cop killing an unarmed black person.

Despite the facts, the anti-police rhetoric of Black Lives Matter and their leftist sympathizers have resulted in what MacDonald calls the "Ferguson Effect," as murders have spiked by 17 percent among the 50 biggest cities in the U.S. as a result of cops being more reluctant to police neighborhoods out of fear of being labeled as racists. Additionally, there have been over twice as many cops victimized by fatal shootings in the first three months of 2016.

Anti-police rhetoric has deadly consequences.

 

 

 

US Statistical Abstract

http://www.census.gov/prod/1/gen/95statab/vitlstat.pdf

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RECORD: 80.3 in New Orleans in 1991

RECORD: 78.5 in Washington, DC in 1992

RECORD: 57 in Detroit in 1993

RECORD: 70 in Washington, DC, in 1993

RECORDS: 0.2 in North Dakota, 70 in Washington, DC, in 1994

http://www.census.gov/prod/2/gen/96statab/law.pdf Table No. 312

North Dakota Murder Rate = 0.2, DC = 70 

 

 

 

RECORD: 94.7 in New Orleans in 2007

 

 

 

 

 

http://www.census.gov/statab/ccdb/cit2121r.txt

Cities with 100,000 or More Population in 2000 ranked by
  Percent Black or African American Population, 2000
  in Rank Order

[When cities share the same rank, the next lower
  rank is omitted.  CDP = census designated place,
  only used in HI which has no incorporated places]

City in rank order                             Percent     Rank
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Gary city, IN                                     84.0        1
Detroit city, MI                                  81.6        2
Birmingham city, AL                               73.5        3
Jackson city, MS                                  70.6        4
New Orleans city, LA                              67.3        5
Baltimore city, MD                                64.3        6
Atlanta city, GA                                  61.4        7
Memphis city, TN                                  61.4        7
Washington city, DC                               60.0        9
Richmond city, VA                                 57.2       10
Savannah city, GA                                 57.1       11
Newark city, NJ                                   53.5       12
Flint city, MI                                    53.3       13
St. Louis city, MO                                51.2       14
Cleveland city, OH                                51.0       15
Shreveport city, LA                               50.8       16
Portsmouth city, VA                               50.6       17
Augusta-Richmond County (balance), GA             50.4       18
Baton Rouge city, LA                              50.0       19
Montgomery city, AL                               49.6       20
Inglewood city, CA                                47.1       21
Mobile city, AL                                   46.3       22
Columbia city, SC                                 46.0       23
Beaumont city, TX                                 45.8       24
Hampton city, VA                                  44.7       25
Norfolk city, VA                                  44.1       26
Columbus city (balance), GA                       43.9       27
Durham city, NC                                   43.8       28
Philadelphia city, PA                             43.2       29
Dayton city, OH                                   43.1       30
Cincinnati city, OH                               42.9       31
Fayetteville city, NC                             42.4       32
Little Rock city, AR                              40.4       33
Newport News city, VA                             39.1       34
Rochester city, NY                                38.5       35
Hartford city, CT                                 38.1       36
New Haven city, CT                                37.4       37
Greensboro city, NC                               37.4       37
Milwaukee city, WI                                37.3       39
Buffalo city, NY                                  37.2       40
Winston-Salem city, NC                            37.1       41
Chicago city, IL                                  36.8       42
Chattanooga city, TN                              36.1       43
Oakland city, CA                                  35.7       44
Tallahassee city, FL                              34.2       45
Louisville city, KY                               33.0       46
Paterson city, NJ                                 32.9       47
Charlotte city, NC                                32.7       48
Kansas City city, MO                              31.2       49
Bridgeport city, CT                               30.8       50
Huntsville city, AL                               30.2       51
Kansas City city, KS                              30.1       52
Jacksonville city, FL                             29.0       53
Fort Lauderdale city, FL                          28.9       54
Lafayette city, LA                                28.5       55
Akron city, OH                                    28.5       55
Chesapeake city, VA                               28.5       55
Jersey City city, NJ                              28.3       58
Raleigh city, NC                                  27.8       59
Athens-Clarke County (balance), GA                27.4       60
Pittsburgh city, PA                               27.1       61
Orlando city, FL                                  26.9       62
Nashville-Davidson (balance), TN                  26.8       63
New York city, NY                                 26.6       64
Tampa city, FL                                    26.1       65
Dallas city, TX                                   25.9       66
Indianapolis city (balance), IN                   25.5       67
Boston city, MA                                   25.3       68
Syracuse city, NY                                 25.3       68
Houston city, TX                                  25.3       68
Peoria city, IL                                   24.8       71
South Bend city, IN                               24.6       72
Columbus city, OH                                 24.5       73
Vallejo city, CA                                  23.7       74
Toledo city, OH                                   23.5       75
Clarksville city, TN                              23.2       76
Waco city, TX                                     22.6       77
Alexandria city, VA                               22.5       78
St. Petersburg city, FL                           22.4       79
Miami city, FL                                    22.3       80
Lansing city, MI                                  21.9       81
Springfield city, MA                              21.0       82
Grand Rapids city, MI                             20.4       83
Fort Worth city, TX                               20.3       84
Elizabeth city, NJ                                20.0       85
Moreno Valley city, CA                            19.9       86
North Las Vegas city, NV                          19.0       87
Virginia Beach city, VA                           19.0       87
Joliet city, IL                                   18.2       89
Minneapolis city, MN                              18.0       90
Rockford city, IL                                 17.4       91
Fort Wayne city, IN                               17.4       91
Yonkers city, NY                                  16.6       93
San Bernardino city, CA                           16.4       94
Waterbury city, CT                                16.3       95
Knoxville city, TN                                16.2       96
Lancaster city, CA                                16.0       97
Sacramento city, CA                               15.5       98
Tulsa city, OK                                    15.5       98
Stamford city, CT                                 15.4      100
Oklahoma City city, OK                            15.4      100
Springfield city, IL                              15.3      102
Long Beach city, CA                               14.9      103
Palmdale city, CA                                 14.5      104
Providence city, RI                               14.5      104
Pasadena city, CA                                 14.4      106
Erie city, PA                                     14.2      107
Arlington city, TX                                13.7      108
Berkeley city, CA                                 13.6      109
Lexington-Fayette, KY                             13.5      110
Grand Prairie city, TX                            13.5      110
Aurora city, CO                                   13.4      112
Pembroke Pines city, FL                           13.3      113
Omaha city, NE                                    13.3      113
Mesquite city, TX                                 13.3      113
Wichita Falls city, TX                            12.4      116
Hollywood city, FL                                12.1      117
Cambridge city, MA                                11.9      118
Garland city, TX                                  11.9      118
Fontana city, CA                                  11.8      120
Topeka city, KS                                   11.7      121
St. Paul city, MN                                 11.7      121
Wichita city, KS                                  11.4      123
Los Angeles city, CA                              11.2      124
Stockton city, CA                                 11.2      124
Tacoma city, WA                                   11.2      124
Denver city, CO                                   11.1      127
Aurora city, IL                                   11.1      127
Hayward city, CA                                  11.0      129
Evansville city, IN                               10.9      130
Las Vegas city, NV                                10.4      131
Irving city, TX                                   10.2      132
Austin city, TX                                   10.0      133
Clearwater city, FL                                9.8      134
Pomona city, CA                                    9.6      135
Bakersfield city, CA                               9.2      136
Coral Springs city, FL                             9.2      136
Ann Arbor city, MI                                 8.8      138
Abilene city, TX                                   8.8      138
Lubbock city, TX                                   8.7      140
Fresno city, CA                                    8.4      141
Seattle city, WA                                   8.4      141
Des Moines city, IA                                8.1      143
Rancho Cucamonga city, CA                          7.9      144
San Diego city, CA                                 7.9      144
San Francisco city, CA                             7.8      146
Allentown city, PA                                 7.8      146
Ontario city, CA                                   7.5      148
Riverside city, CA                                 7.4      149
Worcester city, MA                                 6.9      150
San Antonio city, TX                               6.8      151
Colorado Springs city, CO                          6.6      152
Portland city, OR                                  6.6      152
Corona city, CA                                    6.4      154
West Covina city, CA                               6.4      154
Oceanside city, CA                                 6.3      156
Carrollton city, TX                                6.3      156
Amarillo city, TX                                  6.0      158
Anchorage city, AK                                 5.8      159
Madison city, WI                                   5.8      159
Phoenix city, AZ                                   5.1      161
Plano city, TX                                     5.0      162
Glendale city, AZ                                  4.7      163
Corpus Christi city, TX                            4.7      163
Chula Vista city, CA                               4.6      165
Daly City city, CA                                 4.6      165
Norwalk city, CA                                   4.6      165
Tucson city, AZ                                    4.3      168
Lowell city, MA                                    4.2      169
Modesto city, CA                                   4.0      170
Downey city, CA                                    3.8      171
Oxnard city, CA                                    3.8      171
Henderson city, NV                                 3.8      171
Tempe city, AZ                                     3.7      174
Cedar Rapids city, IA                              3.7      174
Chandler city, AZ                                  3.5      176
San Jose city, CA                                  3.5      176
Salinas city, CA                                   3.3      178
Springfield city, MO                               3.3      178
Fremont city, CA                                   3.1      180
Lincoln city, NE                                   3.1      180
Albuquerque city, NM                               3.1      180
El Paso city, TX                                   3.1      180
Concord city, CA                                   3.0      184
Naperville city, IL                                3.0      184
Peoria city, AZ                                    2.8      186
Anaheim city, CA                                   2.7      187
Warren city, MI                                    2.7      187
Independence city, MO                              2.6      189
Reno city, NV                                      2.6      189
Mesa city, AZ                                      2.5      191
Overland Park city, KS                             2.5      191
Vancouver city, WA                                 2.5      191
Gilbert town, AZ                                   2.4      194
Pueblo city, CO                                    2.4      194
Hialeah city, FL                                   2.4      194
Escondido city, CA                                 2.3      197
Fullerton city, CA                                 2.3      197
Santa Clara city, CA                               2.3      197
Santa Rosa city, CA                                2.2      200
Sunnyvale city, CA                                 2.2      200
Torrance city, CA                                  2.2      200
Burbank city, CA                                   2.1      203
Santa Clarita city, CA                             2.1      203
Manchester city, NH                                2.1      203
Spokane city, WA                                   2.1      203
Cape Coral city, FL                                2.0      207
Bellevue city, WA                                  2.0      207
Salt Lake City city, UT                            1.9      209
Sioux Falls city, SD                               1.8      210
Santa Ana city, CA                                 1.7      211
Orange city, CA                                    1.6      212
Honolulu CDP, HI                                   1.6      212
Pasadena city, TX                                  1.6      212
Lakewood city, CO                                  1.5      215
Costa Mesa city, CA                                1.4      216
Irvine city, CA                                    1.4      216
San Buenaventura (Ventura) city, CA                1.4      216
Green Bay city, WI                                 1.4      216
Garden Grove city, CA                              1.3      220
Glendale city, CA                                  1.3      220
Simi Valley city, CA                               1.3      220
Sterling Heights city, MI                          1.3      220
Eugene city, OR                                    1.3      220
Salem city, OR                                     1.3      220
Scottsdale city, AZ                                1.2      226
Westminster city, CO                               1.2      226
Thousand Oaks city, CA                             1.1      228
West Valley City city, UT                          1.1      228
Fort Collins city, CO                              1.0      230
Livonia city, MI                                   0.9      231
El Monte city, CA                                  0.8      232
Huntington Beach city, CA                          0.8      232
Boise City city, ID                                0.8      232
Arvada city, CO                                    0.7      235
McAllen city, TX                                   0.6      236
Provo city, UT                                     0.5      237
Brownsville city, TX                               0.4      238
Laredo city, TX                                    0.4      238

Source:  U.S. Census Bureau,
         County and City Data Book: 2000,
         Table C-2.

 

 

 

Table No. 145 of the 1999 US Statistical Abstract shows that the number of murders declined to 15,826 by 1996, to 12,195 men and 3,631 women, making men 3.4 times more likely to be murdered than women.

Rather than address this higher murder rate of men, the biased statisticians at the Bureau of Justice Statistics almost completely ignore this in their press releases, and instead promote the following misleading "Intimate Homicide Victims":

 Bureau of Justice Statistics
 Homicide trends in the United States
 www.ojp.usdoj.gov/bjs/homicide
 Intimate Homicide Victims by Race and Gender
 Intimates are defined to include spouses,
 ex-spouses, boyfriends, and girlfriends
             White         Black         Other
     Year    Male   Female Male   Female Male  Female
     1976    493    849    846    714    18      37
     1977    479    831    804    570    11      34
     1978    490    868    703    583    7       30
     1979    535    883    712    594    16      29
     1980    493    913    718    588    5       34
     1981    554    952    703    591    18      27
     1982    510    946    619    504    10      29
     1983    508    910    594    513    10      37
     1984    443    938    530    467    15      34
     1985    427    1005   518    492    12      48
     1986    448    1000   529    532    5       52
     1987    424    968    498    486    8       35
     1988    376    1007   459    527    15      36
     1989    371    883    512    474    11      42
     1990    393    952    441    490    18      45
     1991    359    931    413    520    7       55
     1992    337    890    369    509    10      48
     1993    330    989    362    542    12      43
     1994    318    900    359    463    11      35
     1995    255    874    282    387    9       50
     1996    259    862    248    422    8       28
     1997    239    761    202    401    9       40
     1998    274    876    223    393    12      38
 Source: FBI, Supplementary Homicide Reports, 1976-98.
 See the methodology section in Additional Information About
 the Data for weighting and imputation procedures used.  

Such selective use of data ignores 88% of the data, ignores that men are 3.4 times more likely to be murdered than women, ignores the key difference between boyfriends and husbands, AND ignores that mothers kill 6 times as many children as husbands kill wives:

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It also ignores that, compared to wives who are murdered by husbands:

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6 times as many women are murdered by other "intimates".

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18 times as many are murdered in total.

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61 times as many men are murdered.

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12 times as many men are murdered by women.

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8 times as many children are murdered.

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2 times as many men are murdered by other "intimates".

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16 times as many women die from cirrhosis.

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19 times as many women are killed by women drivers.

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25 times as many women commit suicide.

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73 times as many women die in auto accidents.

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168 times as many women die from accidents.

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171 times as many women die from diabetes.

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230 times as many women die from pneumonia and flu.

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259 times as many women die from pulmonary disease.

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490 times as many women die from cerebrovascular disease.

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1,295 times as many women die from cancer.

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1,876 times as many women die from heart disease.

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3,685 times as many AMERICANS die from heart disease.

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8,040 TIMES as many babies are aborted each year.

 

http://www.census.gov/prod/1/gen/95statab/vitlstat.pdf

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In 1991, black men were murdered at a rate 24 TIMES that of "white" women [with "white" including Hispanic women who are murdered at a much higher rate than White women].

Year US Homicide Rate per 100,000 Population, per US Statistical Abstract Table 127 Number of Murders Nationally
1960 4.7  
1965 7.3  
1970 8.3  
1975 10  
1980 10.8  
1985 9.1  
1990 10.2  
1995 10.7  
1998 12.6 (UN est)  
1999    
2000    
2001    
2002    
2003   16,528
2004 5.5 16,137
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ChartObject School Prayer & the US Homicide Rate

http://www.usa.com/rank/california-state--crime-index--city-rank.htm?tag=Best+Cities+by+Crime+Rate+in+CA

 

 

California Crime Index City Rank

Newport Beach

 

A total of 466 results found. Show Results on Map. The crime index value is calculated based on the data using USA.com algorithms. It is an indicator of the crime level in a region. Higher crime index value means more crime.

Newport Beach has had ONE murder in 12 years, and about 4 rapes per year (half of whom have been cleared by the Innocence Project, giving us a real rape rate of 2 per 100,000 population). and yet we are NOT the safest California city, and in fact we rank 149th, meaning that a whopping 148 California cities have a LOWER crime rate than us.

Rank Crime Index ▲ City / Population
1. 235 Calipatria, CA / 7,705
2. 304 Laguna Woods, CA / 16,192
3. 308 Rolling Hills, CA / 1,860
4. 317 Hillsborough, CA / 10,825
5. 348 Rancho Santa Margarita, CA / 47,853
6. 349 Hidden Hills, CA / 1,856
7. 358 Los Altos Hills, CA / 7,922
8. 382 Palos Verdes Estates, CA / 13,438
9. 411 Belvedere, CA / 2,068
10. 415 Bradbury, CA / 1,048
11. 437 Laguna Niguel, CA / 62,979
12. 442 Saratoga, CA / 29,926
13. 449 Aliso Viejo, CA / 47,823
14. 458 Imperial, CA / 14,758
15. 461 Monte Sereno, CA / 3,341
16. 464 Tiburon, CA / 8,962
17. 464 Los Altos, CA / 28,976
18. 471 Bear Valley, CA / 121
19. 484 Ross, CA / 2,415
20. 498 Moraga, CA / 16,016
21. 499 Danville, CA / 42,039
22. 508 Mission Viejo, CA / 93,305
23. 516 Etna, CA / 737
24. 534 Rancho Palos Verdes, CA / 41,643
25. 536 Westmorland, CA / 2,225
26. 540 Yorba Linda, CA / 64,234
27. 541 Ferndale, CA / 1,371
28. 550 Orinda, CA / 17,643
29. 554 Foster City, CA / 30,567
30. 564 Moorpark, CA / 34,421
31. 572 Clayton, CA / 10,897
32. 580 Stallion Springs, CA / 2,488
33. 590 Calabasas, CA / 23,058
34. 593 Irvine, CA / 212,375
35. 603 Lake Forest, CA / 77,264
36. 612 La Habra Heights, CA / 5,325
37. 613 Villa Park, CA / 5,812
38. 616 San Clemente, CA / 63,522
39. 616 Lincoln, CA / 42,819
40. 632 Sierra Madre, CA / 10,917
41. 647 Thousand Oaks, CA / 126,683
42. 647 Chino Hills, CA / 74,799
43. 655 Agoura Hills, CA / 20,330
44. 655 Tulelake, CA / 1,010
45. 664 Mill Valley, CA / 13,903
46. 669 San Ramon, CA / 72,148
47. 681 San Juan Capistrano, CA / 34,593
48. 682 Saint Helena, CA / 5,814
49. 684 Cupertino, CA / 58,302
50. 692 Guadalupe, CA / 7,080
51. 693 San Marino, CA / 13,147
52. 699 Canyon Lake, CA / 10,561
53. 699 Belmont, CA / 25,835
54. 704 La Canada Flintridge, CA / 20,246
55. 712 Camarillo, CA / 65,201
56. 720 Temple City, CA / 35,558
57. 729 Goleta, CA / 29,888
58. 731 Dana Point, CA / 33,351
59. 734 Yountville, CA / 2,933
60. 742 Simi Valley, CA / 124,237
61. 747 Corcoran, CA / 24,813
62. 758 Walnut, CA / 29,172
63. 760 Pleasanton, CA / 70,285
64. 764 Eastvale, CA / 53,668
65. 770 Ione, CA / 7,918
66. 772 Poway, CA / 47,811
67. 776 Westlake Village, CA / 8,270
68. 777 Solvang, CA / 5,245
69. 778 Lafayette, CA / 23,893
70. 778 Murrieta, CA / 103,466
71. 782 San Carlos, CA / 28,406
72. 788 Laguna Hills, CA / 30,344
73. 794 Wheatland, CA / 3,456
74. 796 Pacifica, CA / 37,234
75. 797 Dublin, CA / 46,036
76. 798 Truckee, CA / 16,180
77. 798 Diamond Bar, CA / 55,544
78. 806 Windsor, CA / 26,801
79. 818 La Palma, CA / 15,568
80. 826 Glendale, CA / 191,719
81. 830 Morro Bay, CA / 10,234
82. 839 Sunnyvale, CA / 140,081
83. 840 Rolling Hills Estates, CA / 8,067
84. 840 Fairfax, CA / 7,441
85. 846 Cypress, CA / 47,802
86. 849 Placentia, CA / 50,533
87. 857 Avenal, CA / 15,505
88. 858 Los Gatos, CA / 29,413
89. 862 Carpinteria, CA / 13,040
90. 862 Kensington, CA / 5,077
91. 869 Half Moon Bay, CA / 11,324
92. 873 Rocklin, CA / 56,974
93. 881 Holtville, CA / 5,939
94. 881 Coronado, CA / 18,912
95. 887 Soledad, CA / 25,738
96. 894 Orange, CA / 136,416
97. 895 Santa Clarita, CA / 176,320
98. 901 Hercules, CA / 24,060
99. 910 San Anselmo, CA / 12,336
100. 911 Folsom, CA / 72,203
101. 920 Seal Beach, CA / 24,168
102. 920 Fillmore, CA / 15,002
103. 924 La Mirada, CA / 48,527
104. 928 Benicia, CA / 26,997
105. 931 Millbrae, CA / 21,532
106. 940 Ripon, CA / 14,297
107. 952 Cloverdale, CA / 8,618
108. 954 Hughson, CA / 6,640
109. 955 Yucaipa, CA / 51,367
110. 958 Fort Jones, CA / 839
111. 959 Calistoga, CA / 5,155
112. 963 Winters, CA / 6,624
113. 990 Tustin, CA / 75,540
114. 994 La Verne, CA / 31,063
115. 995 Encinitas, CA / 59,518
116. 995 Torrance, CA / 145,438
117. 998 South Pasadena, CA / 25,619
118. 999 Menifee, CA / 77,519
119. 1,001 Palo Alto, CA / 64,403
120. 1,001 Novato, CA / 51,904
121. 1,006 Monterey Park, CA / 60,269
122. 1,008 Buellton, CA / 4,828
123. 1,008 Morgan Hill, CA / 37,882
124. 1,016 Scotts Valley, CA / 11,580
125. 1,017 Williams, CA / 5,123
126. 1,019 Atherton, CA / 6,914
127. 1,021 Fountain Valley, CA / 55,313
128. 1,022 Sebastopol, CA / 7,379
129. 1,022 Ojai, CA / 7,461
130. 1,028 Daly City, CA / 101,123
131. 1,029 Manhattan Beach, CA / 35,135
132. 1,030 Arroyo Grande, CA / 17,252
133. 1,031 San Dimas, CA / 33,371
134. 1,036 Pacific Grove, CA / 15,041
135. 1,040 Menlo Park, CA / 32,026
136. 1,042 Glendora, CA / 50,073
137. 1,044 Petaluma, CA / 57,941
138. 1,046 Huntington Beach, CA / 189,992
139. 1,057 Malibu, CA / 12,645
140. 1,061 Del Rey Oaks, CA / 1,624
141. 1,066 Piedmont, CA / 10,667
142. 1,071 Brentwood, CA / 51,481
143. 1,083 Montague, CA / 1,443
144. 1,086 Healdsburg, CA / 11,254
145. 1,091 Oakley, CA / 35,432
146. 1,092 Rio Vista, CA / 7,360
147. 1,094 Solana Beach, CA / 12,867
148. 1,097 Santee, CA / 53,413
149. 1,098 Newport Beach, CA / 85,186
150. 1,099 Rancho Cucamonga, CA / 165,269
151. 1,112 Carlsbad, CA / 105,328
152. 1,115 San Marcos, CA / 83,781
153. 1,117 Grand Terrace, CA / 12,040

 

Murders Per 100,000 Population

http://www.nationmaster.com/country-info/stats/Crime/Murder-rate

Afghanistan 3.4
Albania 4.5
Algeria 0.64
Andorra 1.3
Antigua and Barbuda 8.5
Argentina 5.5
Armenia 2.5
Australia 1.3
Austria 0.55
Azerbaijan 2
Bahrain 0.8
Bangladesh 2.6
Barbados 17
Belarus 5.6
Belgium 1.82
Belize 33
Benin 14
Bhutan 1.4
Bolivia 11
Bosnia and Herzegovina 1.8
Botswana 12
Brazil 22
Brunei 0.5
Bulgaria 2.3
Burkina Faso 0.5
Burundi 37
Cambodia 3.2
Cameroon 2.3
Canada 2.05
Cape Verde 11
Central African Republic 30
Chad 19
Chile 1.7
China 1.2
Colombia 35
Comoros 12
Costa Rica 11
Croatia 1.67
Cuba 5.5
Cyprus 1.14
Czech Republic 1.94
Democratic Republic of the Congo 35
Denmark 1.01
Djibouti 3.4
Dominica 5.9
Dominican Republic 22
East Timor 13
Ecuador 19
Egypt 0.8
El Salvador 71
Equatorial Guinea 19
Eritrea 16
Estonia 7.1
Ethiopia 21
Fiji 2.8
Finland 2.5
France 1.31
Georgia 7.6
Germany 0.86
Ghana 1.7
Greece 1.05
Guatemala 52
Guyana 21
Haiti 21
Honduras 67
Hungary 1.38
Iceland 0
India 2.8
Indonesia 1.05
Iran 2.6
Israel 2.1
Italy 1.1
Jamaica 60
Japan 1.02
Jordan 1.9
Kazakhstan 11
Kenya 3.6
Kuwait 1.1
Kyrgyzstan 7.9
Latvia 4.8
Lebanon 0.57
Lesotho 37
Libya 2.2
Liechtenstein 2.8
Lithuania 9
Luxembourg 1.45
Malaysia 2.3
Maldives 2.6
Malta 1.46
Mauritius 3.8
Mexico 15
Moldova 6.7
Monaco 0
Mongolia 7.9
Morocco 0.4
Mozambique 5
Namibia 6
Nepal 2.2
Netherlands 0.93
New Zealand 1.3
Nicaragua 13
Nigeria 1.3
Northern Ireland 4.72
Norway 0.6
Oman 0.6
Pakistan 6.8
Panama 13
Paraguay 12
Peru 3.2
Philippines 6.4
Poland 1.21
Portugal 1.17
Qatar 1
Romania 2.3
Russia 15
Saint Kitts and Nevis 35
Saint Lucia 16
Saint Vincent and the Grenadines 8
Saudi Arabia 0.9
Scotland 1.79
Senegal 1.1
Seychelles 8.4
Sierra Leone 2.6
Singapore 0.38
Slovakia 1.74
Slovenia 0.55
South Africa 34
South Korea 2.3
Soviet Union 12.4
Spain 0.9
Sri Lanka 7.4
Suriname 14
Swaziland 13
Sweden 0.89
Switzerland 0.71
Syria 3
Tajikistan 1.7
Tanzania 7.5
Thailand 5.9
Trinidad and Tobago 43
Turkey 3.8
Turkmenistan 4.1
Uganda 8.7
Ukraine 5.4
United Arab Emirates 0.92
United States 5
Uruguay 5.8
Uzbekistan 3.2
Venezuela 49
Vietnam 1.9
Yemen 4

 

Police Per 100,000 Population

http://www.nationmaster.com/country-info/stats/Crime/Police-officers#

 

Bahrain 1,866.7 2004
2 Brunei 1,086.5 2006
3 Kuwait 1,065.2 2002
4 Mauritius 776.5 2006
5 N. Ireland 698.3 1995
6 Cyprus 609.3 2006
7 Latvia 604.8 2006
8 Lebanon 574.2 2006
9 Italy 549.9 2006
10 Barbados 548 2000
11 Uruguay 532.1 2001
12 Ukraine 467 1995
13 Kazakhstan 462 2000
14 Czech Republic 449.6 2006
15 Portugal 435.7 1995
16 Malta 433.8 2006
17 Croatia 424.4 2006
18 Albania 389.7 2002
19 Belize 377.2 2006
20 Greece 376.4 2006
21 Thailand 365.2 1995
22 Scotland 361.4 1995
23 Belgium 357.1 2004
24 Malaysia 354 2000
25 South Africa 343.5 1995
26 Kyrgyzstan 337.6 2000
27 Lithuania 333.5 2006
28 Israel 330.1 2004
29 Austria 328.6 2006
30 Belarus 325.5 2004
31 Georgia 315.7 2006
32 Hungary 310.1 2004
33 Germany 303.8 2006
34 Dominican Rep. 303.5 2006
35 Ireland 303.3 2006
36 Maldives 302.7 2004
37 Ecuador 292.6 2006
38 Luxembourg 291.8 2002
39 Sweden 280.5 1995
40 Bosnia and Herzegovina 280 2006
41 Costa Rica 275.3 2006
42 El Salvador 275.2 2006
43 Jamaica 273.9 2000
44 Iceland 271.1 2004
45 United States 243.6 1995
46 Estonia 240.8 2006
47 Romania 237.9 1995
48 Guatemala 237.2 2000
49 Norway 233.9 1998
50 Colombia 229.2 2000
51 Bolivia 223.6 2002
52 Australia 222.7 2004
53 France 210.2 2000
54 Japan 199.8 2006
55 Denmark 197.8 2006
56 Canada 191.4 2006
57 Chile 187.6 2004
58 Finland 157.9 2006
59 Philippines 149.1 1998
60 Burma 146.6 2001
61 Azerbaijan 137 2006
62 India 122.5 2006
63 Jordan 115.9 2006
64 Zambia 111.3 1998
65 Kenya 98.5 2006
66 Bangladesh 79.2 2006
67 Venezuela 15.1 2001
68 Turkey 7.4 2011
69 Slovenia 6.3 2011
70 Moldova 4.7 2011
71 Singapore 3.8 2011
72 Swaziland 2.7 2011
73 Zimbabwe 2.1 2011
74 Nepal 1.7 2011
=75 Switzerland 0.9 2011
=75 Netherlands 0.9 2011
=75 South Korea 0.9 2011
78 Sri Lanka 0.7 2011
79 Panama 0.6 2011
80 Slovakia 0.3 2011
=81 Poland 0.1 2011
=81 Spain 0.1 2011
=81 New Zealand 0.1 2011
=84 Morocco 0.0 2011
=84 Papua NG 0.0 1998

 

 

Country  Murders/100,000 Population


Iceland 0
Monaco 0
Singapore 0.38
Morocco 0.4
Brunei 0.5
Burkina Faso 0.5
Austria 0.55
Slovenia 0.55
Lebanon 0.57
Norway 0.6
Oman 0.6
Algeria 0.64
Switzerland 0.71
Bahrain 0.8
Egypt 0.8
Germany 0.86
Sweden 0.89
Saudi Arabia 0.9
Spain 0.9
United Arab Emirates 0.92
Netherlands 0.93
Qatar 1
Denmark 1.01
Japan 1.02
Greece 1.05
Indonesia 1.05
Italy 1.1
Kuwait 1.1
Senegal 1.1
Cyprus 1.14
Portugal 1.17
China 1.2
Poland 1.21
Andorra 1.3
Australia 1.3
New Zealand 1.3
Nigeria 1.3
France 1.31
Hungary 1.38
Bhutan 1.4
Luxembourg 1.45
Malta 1.46
Croatia 1.67
Chile 1.7
Ghana 1.7
Tajikistan 1.7
Slovakia 1.74
Scotland 1.79
Bosnia and Herzegovina 1.8
Belgium 1.82
Jordan 1.9
Vietnam 1.9
Czech Republic 1.94
Azerbaijan 2
Canada 2.05
Israel 2.1
Libya 2.2
Nepal 2.2
Bulgaria 2.3
Cameroon 2.3
Malaysia 2.3
Romania 2.3
South Korea 2.3
Armenia 2.5
Finland 2.5
Bangladesh 2.6
Iran 2.6
Maldives 2.6
Sierra Leone 2.6
Fiji 2.8
India 2.8
Liechtenstein 2.8
Syria 3
Cambodia 3.2
Peru 3.2
Uzbekistan 3.2
Afghanistan 3.4
Djibouti 3.4
Kenya 3.6
Mauritius 3.8
Turkey 3.8
Yemen 4
Turkmenistan 4.1
Albania 4.5
Northern Ireland 4.72
Latvia 4.8
Mozambique 5
United States 2010 5
Ukraine 5.4
Argentina 5.5
Cuba 5.5
Belarus 5.6
Uruguay 5.8
Dominica 5.9
Thailand 5.9
Namibia 6
Philippines 6.4
Moldova 6.7
Pakistan 6.8
Estonia 7.1
Sri Lanka 7.4
Tanzania 7.5
Georgia 7.6
Kyrgyzstan 7.9
Mongolia 7.9
Saint Vincent and the Grenadines 8
Seychelles 8.4
Antigua and Barbuda 8.5
Uganda 8.7
Lithuania 9
United States 1993 10
Bolivia 11
Cape Verde 11
Costa Rica 11
Kazakhstan 11
Botswana 12
Comoros 12
Paraguay 12
Soviet Union 12.4
East Timor 13
Nicaragua 13
Panama 13
Swaziland 13
Benin 14
Suriname 14
Mexico 15
Russia 15
Eritrea 16
Saint Lucia 16
Barbados 17
Chad 19
Ecuador 19
Equatorial Guinea 19
Ethiopia 21
Guyana 21
Haiti 21
Brazil 22
Dominican Republic 22
Central African Republic 30
Belize 33
South Africa 34
Colombia 35
Democratic Republic of the Congo 35
Saint Kitts and Nevis 35
Burundi 37
Lesotho 37
Trinidad and Tobago 43
Venezuela 49
Guatemala 52
Jamaica 60
Honduras 67
El Salvador 71