It’s in a format I can embed so go here to view them all. And keep the actual state numbers in mind to note how low crime is in quite a few states.
Here are a couple.
I’ve not compiled a list of how many cities are run by democrats but you know it will be high. Further, I’ll go out on a limb to say if state rates are high and republicans are governors you can bet the crime rates are high due to the levels of minorities in the cities with high rates.
> City violent crime rate: 699.3 per 100,000
> State violent crime rate: 472.4 per 100,000 (10th highest)
> City poverty rate: 20.0%
> City unemployment rate: 6.2%
The violent crime rate in the Anniston-Oxford-Jacksonville metro area of 699 incidents per 100,000 residents is the highest of all 11 metro areas in Alabama monitored by the FBI and well above the national violent crime rate of 373 incidents per 100,000 people.
People are more likely to turn to crime when more respectable economic opportunities are scarce, and the poor economic conditions in Anniston may be partially to blame for the high prevalence of crime in the metro area. Throughout the metro area, 20.0% of residents live in poverty and 6.2% of the workforce is out of a job, the second highest poverty and unemployment rates of any metro area in the state.
2. Anchorage, Alaska
> City violent crime rate: 1,039.5 per 100,000
> State violent crime rate: 730.2 per 100,000 (the highest)
> City poverty rate: 8.7%
> City unemployment rate: 6.1%
As is the case in most U.S. metro areas, aggravated assaults account for most violent crimes in Anchorage. There were 1,040 violent crimes for every 100,000 people in the metro area in 2015, one of the highest violent crime rates in the nation. Due in part to the prevalence of violent crime in Anchorage, Alaska’s violent crime rate is the highest of any state.
Homicide is also becoming increasingly more common in Anchorage. A rash of homicides last year prompted the FBI to assist local authorities with investigations. Anchorage police also warned residents not to travel alone at night after two bodies were found in a well-used public park in early September, the 24th and 25th murders of 2016.