Robbery rate per 100,000 inhabitants in the United States in 2017, by state

Robbery rate in the U.S. in 2017, by state This statistic shows the robbery rate per 100,000 inhabitants in the United States in 2017, by state. In 2017, District of Columbia was ranked first with 378 robberies per 100,000 inhabitants in the United States.
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Robbery rate per 100,000 inhabitants
District of Columbia 378
Maryland 185.1
New Mexico 178.3
Nevada 161.5
California 143.2
Illinois 137.2
Alaska 128.5
Tennessee 117.1
Louisiana 114.4
Texas 114
Delaware 112.5
Arizona 106
Missouri 103.9
New York 101.3
Ohio 99.5
Indiana 99
United States 98
Georgia 96.3
Pennsylvania 92.1
North Carolina 91
Florida 88.6
New Jersey 87.7
Alabama 86.5
Connecticut 78.4
South Carolina 77
Oklahoma 76.3
Hawaii 75.4
Wisconsin 75
Washington 72.8
Massachusetts 71
Mississippi 69.4
Colorado 68.4
Kentucky 66.4
Michigan 65.1
Minnesota 64.9
Arkansas 64.4
Kansas 61.3
Oregon 58.7
Virginia 51.1
Nebraska 50.4
Utah 47.3
Rhode Island 44.7
Iowa 39.8
New Hampshire 31.2
West Virginia 28.9
Montana 28.1
South Dakota 27.4
North Dakota 24.2
Maine 18.6
Vermont 14.8
Wyoming 13.1
Idaho 11.4
Robbery rate per 100,000 inhabitants
District of Columbia 378
Maryland 185.1
New Mexico 178.3
Nevada 161.5
California 143.2
Illinois 137.2
Alaska 128.5
Tennessee 117.1
Louisiana 114.4
Texas 114
Delaware 112.5
Arizona 106
Missouri 103.9
New York 101.3
Ohio 99.5
Indiana 99
United States 98
Georgia 96.3
Pennsylvania 92.1
North Carolina 91
Florida 88.6
New Jersey 87.7
Alabama 86.5
Connecticut 78.4
South Carolina 77
Oklahoma 76.3
Hawaii 75.4
Wisconsin 75
Washington 72.8
Massachusetts 71
Mississippi 69.4
Colorado 68.4
Kentucky 66.4
Michigan 65.1
Minnesota 64.9
Arkansas 64.4
Kansas 61.3
Oregon 58.7
Virginia 51.1
Nebraska 50.4
Utah 47.3
Rhode Island 44.7
Iowa 39.8
New Hampshire 31.2
West Virginia 28.9
Montana 28.1
South Dakota 27.4
North Dakota 24.2
Maine 18.6
Vermont 14.8
Wyoming 13.1
Idaho 11.4
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This statistic shows the robbery rate per 100,000 inhabitants in the United States in 2017, by state. In 2017, District of Columbia was ranked first with 378 robberies per 100,000 inhabitants in the United States.
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September 2018
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United States
Survey time period
2017
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