Motor vehicle theft rate in the U.S. in 2017, by state

Motor vehicle theft rate per 100,000 inhabitants in the United States in 2017, by state

by Statista Research Department, last edited Apr 29, 2019
Motor vehicle theft rate in the U.S. in 2017, by state This statistic shows the motor vehicle theft rate per 100,000 inhabitants in the United States in 2017, distinguished by state. In 2017, District of Columbia was ranked first with 575.6 cases per 100,000 inhabitants in the U.S.
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Motor vehicle theft rate per 100,000 inhabitants in the United States in 2017, by state

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Motor vehicle theft rate per 100,000 inhabitants
Alaska 575.6
New Mexico 563.8
Nevada 427.3
California 425.9
Oregon 413.7
Colorado 389.9
Washington 388.8
District of Columbia 372.8
Hawaii 369.1
Missouri 325.9
Oklahoma 311.7
Utah 307.2
South Carolina 283.8
Tennessee 275.8
Arizona 271.6
Nebraska 271
Kansas 269.3
Alabama 263.4
Georgia 251.8
Montana 246.7
Arkansas 241.4
Texas 240.4
United States 237.4
North Dakota 234.7
Louisiana 234
Indiana 231
Kentucky 230
Maryland 224.2
Florida 204.5
Connecticut 203.7
Michigan 196.5
Minnesota 178.9
Iowa 177.4
Ohio 173.7
West Virginia 165.3
Wisconsin 163.4
Illinois 163.1
South Dakota 159
Mississippi 155.2
North Carolina 153.8
Delaware 142.3
Rhode Island 140
New Jersey 135.1
Wyoming 134.5
Idaho 125
Virginia 120.1
Massachusetts 109.9
Pennsylvania 101.4
New Hampshire 68.1
New York 67.6
Maine 59.4
Vermont 31.1
Motor vehicle theft rate per 100,000 inhabitants
Alaska 575.6
New Mexico 563.8
Nevada 427.3
California 425.9
Oregon 413.7
Colorado 389.9
Washington 388.8
District of Columbia 372.8
Hawaii 369.1
Missouri 325.9
Oklahoma 311.7
Utah 307.2
South Carolina 283.8
Tennessee 275.8
Arizona 271.6
Nebraska 271
Kansas 269.3
Alabama 263.4
Georgia 251.8
Montana 246.7
Arkansas 241.4
Texas 240.4
United States 237.4
North Dakota 234.7
Louisiana 234
Indiana 231
Kentucky 230
Maryland 224.2
Florida 204.5
Connecticut 203.7
Michigan 196.5
Minnesota 178.9
Iowa 177.4
Ohio 173.7
West Virginia 165.3
Wisconsin 163.4
Illinois 163.1
South Dakota 159
Mississippi 155.2
North Carolina 153.8
Delaware 142.3
Rhode Island 140
New Jersey 135.1
Wyoming 134.5
Idaho 125
Virginia 120.1
Massachusetts 109.9
Pennsylvania 101.4
New Hampshire 68.1
New York 67.6
Maine 59.4
Vermont 31.1
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by Statista Research Department, last edited Apr 29, 2019
This statistic shows the motor vehicle theft rate per 100,000 inhabitants in the United States in 2017, distinguished by state. In 2017, District of Columbia was ranked first with 575.6 cases per 100,000 inhabitants in the U.S.
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