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Share link: US maps and usmaps. This article was written by Timeshifter. See also: Drug War, mandatory minimum sentencing, handguns.

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2013 US adult incarceration rate by state. Rate is per 100,000 adults. It includes sentenced and unsentenced inmates in jails and state prisons, but not persons in federal prisons.

Maps and tables showing high incarceration and murder rates. Both due to Republican-led drug war, and massive NRA lobbying over the years for handgun proliferation, mandatory minimum sentencing, and high incarceration rates to fight the drug war, and to fight violence due to handgun proliferation. A vicious cycle of more and more violence and drug war in urban areas, that spread to the suburbs and rural areas.

Map of state felony disfranchisement laws.

2015 US map showing rate of uninsured (health insurance).

Incarceration and homicide rates in table below are per 100,000 population of all ages.[1][2]

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Note: The rate columns can be sorted in ascending or descending order. The row numbers on the left sort separately. This way the states can be ranked by rate. Sort the state column to return to alphabetical order.




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of all ages
Alabama 7.2 951
Alaska 4.6 691
Arizona 5.4 831
Arkansas 5.4 770
California 4.6 569
Colorado 3.4 608
Connecticut 2.4 488
Delaware 4.2 756
Florida 5 788
Georgia 5.6 916
Hawaii 1.5 397
Idaho 1.7 632
Illinois 5.5 537
Indiana 5.4 690
Iowa 1.4 410
Kansas 3.9 573
Kentucky 3.8 729
Louisiana 10.8 1082
Maine 1.8 285
Maryland 6.4 550
Massachusetts 2 318
Michigan 6.4 608
Minnesota 2.1 289
Mississippi 6.5 962
Missouri 6.1 736
Montana 2.2 591
Nebraska 3.1 454
Nevada 5.8 712
New Hampshire 1.7 362
New Jersey 4.5 421
New Mexico 6 742
New York 3.3 413
North Carolina 4.8 561
North Dakota 2.2 373
Ohio 3.9 603
Oklahoma 5.1 983
Oregon 2 582
Pennsylvania 4.7 668
Rhode Island 2.9 322
South Carolina 6.2 683
South Dakota 2.4 626
Tennessee 5 740
Texas 4.3 836
Utah 1.7 430
Vermont 1.6 335
Virginia 3.8 710
Washington 2.3 425
West Virginia 3.3 523
Wisconsin 2.8 605
Wyoming 2.9 651

References

  1. Correctional Populations In The United States, 2013. Published December 2014. Bureau of Justice Statistics (BJS). By Lauren E. Glaze and Danielle Kaeble, BJS Statisticians. The numbers are from Appendix Table 1 in the PDF.
  2. State Totals: Vintage 2014. By U.S. Census Bureau. See: "Annual Estimates of the Resident Population for the United States, Regions, States, and Puerto Rico: April 1, 2010 to July 1, 2014 (NST-EST2014-01)". 2013 state populations were taken from that. Also, the 2013 national population. See the CSV and FactFinder links. The 2013 populations were used to calculate the incarceration rate per 100,000 of all ages.




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