Non-fatal firearm crimerate in the U.S. 2011, by ethnicity

The statistic shows the victimization rate of non-fatal firearm crimes in the United States in 2011, by ethnicity. In 2011, about 215 out of 100,000 people of Hispanic origin in the United States became the victim of a non-fatal firearm crime. The general victimization rate of non-fatal firearm crimes in that year stood at about 182 out of 100,000 people.

Victimization rate of non-fatal firearm crimes per 100,000 of population in the United States in 2011, by ethnicity

Rate per 100,000 of population
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Source

Release date

May 2013

Region

United States

Survey time period

2011

Supplementary notes

Victimizations among people ages 12 and older.

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Statistics on "Firearms in the United States"

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