Robbery rate per 100,000 inhabitants in the United States in 2016, by state

Robbery rate in the U.S. in 2016, by state This statistic shows the robbery rate per 100,000 inhabitants in the United States in 2016, by state. In 2016, District of Columbia was ranked first with 510.9 robberies per 100,000 inhabitants in the United States.
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Robbery rate per 100,000 inhabitants
District of Columbia 510.9
Nevada 215.6
Maryland 171
Delaware 142.7
California 139.6
Illinois 139.3
New Mexico 131.5
Texas 119.6
Louisiana 119.1
Georgia 118.4
Tennessee 117.5
Alaska 114.6
New York 113
Indiana 110.5
Ohio 107.8
Missouri 107.8
Arizona 101.8
New Jersey 100.4
Florida 97.9
Alabama 96.4
Pennsylvania 96.4
North Carolina 92
Wisconsin 81.4
South Carolina 81.3
Oklahoma 80.6
Mississippi 80.2
Massachusetts 78.8
Washington 77.5
Kentucky 75.9
Connecticut 75.6
Michigan 71.7
Arkansas 70.9
Hawaii 69.6
Minnesota 67.5
Colorado 63.7
Kansas 57.5
Virginia 57.1
Oregon 55.6
Rhode Island 51.1
Utah 50.5
Nebraska 49.6
West Virginia 39.3
Iowa 36.6
New Hampshire 32
South Dakota 31.4
Montana 25.5
North Dakota 23.9
Maine 20
Vermont 17
Idaho 12.7
Wyoming 10.1
Robbery rate per 100,000 inhabitants
District of Columbia 510.9
Nevada 215.6
Maryland 171
Delaware 142.7
California 139.6
Illinois 139.3
New Mexico 131.5
Texas 119.6
Louisiana 119.1
Georgia 118.4
Tennessee 117.5
Alaska 114.6
New York 113
Indiana 110.5
Ohio 107.8
Missouri 107.8
Arizona 101.8
New Jersey 100.4
Florida 97.9
Alabama 96.4
Pennsylvania 96.4
North Carolina 92
Wisconsin 81.4
South Carolina 81.3
Oklahoma 80.6
Mississippi 80.2
Massachusetts 78.8
Washington 77.5
Kentucky 75.9
Connecticut 75.6
Michigan 71.7
Arkansas 70.9
Hawaii 69.6
Minnesota 67.5
Colorado 63.7
Kansas 57.5
Virginia 57.1
Oregon 55.6
Rhode Island 51.1
Utah 50.5
Nebraska 49.6
West Virginia 39.3
Iowa 36.6
New Hampshire 32
South Dakota 31.4
Montana 25.5
North Dakota 23.9
Maine 20
Vermont 17
Idaho 12.7
Wyoming 10.1
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This statistic shows the robbery rate per 100,000 inhabitants in the United States in 2016, by state. In 2016, District of Columbia was ranked first with 510.9 robberies per 100,000 inhabitants in the United States.
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September 2017
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United States
Survey time period
2016

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