The violent crime rate in rural areas, meanwhile, has climbed above the national average for the first time in 10 years. In Iowa, the overall violent crime rate rose by 3 percent between and , but shot up by 50 percent in communities with fewer than 10, residents. Violent crime rates have doubled in rural counties in West Virginia over the past couple of decades, while tripling in New Hampshire. Not all rural areas are poor, but many have lost jobs as factories have closed and farming has become increasingly consolidated. Lack of employment has naturally led to increases in poverty, which is closely associated with crime.
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What the data says (and doesn’t say) about crime in the United States
Crime Rate by Country
Crime rate is calculated by dividing the number of reported crimes by the total population, and then the result is multiplied by , The crime rates in each country. While there is no exact reason why crimes are committed, there are several factors attributed to high crime rates. High crime rates are seen in countries or areas with high poverty levels and low job availability. Strict police enforcement and severe sentences tend to reduce crime rates.
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Statistics of crime in many countries shows that unemployment and crime are closely related. However, different types of crimes are carried out, and not all can be directly linked to unemployment. In recent research, studies have shown that property crime can be linked to unemployment, whereas, violent crime such as murder and rape are not strongly related to unemployment. In the s, the rate of unemployment was low and so was the rate of property crime.
Most of us are living in a fantasy world when it comes to key social issues, and part of the problem is our inability to grasp statistics, according to new research. A survey by Ipsos MORI for the Royal Statistical Society and King's College London has attempted to measure just how divorced we are from reality when it comes to topics such as crime, teen pregnancy and benefit fraud. Some 1, British adults aged were asked questions that were then compared with the facts. In some cases, the gap between perceptions and reality was glaring.