2% of US counties have 51% of the murders, according to the Crime Prevention Research Center:

54% of US counties had zero murders in 2014 (the most recent year for which national crime data is available by county.

69% of counties have no more than one murder, and about 20% of the population. These counties account for only 4% of all murders in the country.

The worst 1% of counties have 19% of the population and 37% of the murders. The worst 5% of counties contain 47% of the population and account for 68% of murders. As shown in figure 2, over half of murders occurred in only 2% of counties.

m sensing a bit of a correlation, here:

2016 Election results by county

So it seems Democrat governance is correlated with death.

And – wait for it – here’s another correlation:



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  1. Pingback: CRPC Research Showing that most US murders occurred in 2% of Counties Covered by Fox News, Washington Times, and many others - Crime Prevention Research CenterCrime Prevention Research Center

  2. My favorite one was correlating voting to Al Gore in 2000 to murder. Was a pretty good correlation, if I remember right.

  3. That last graphic cannot be correct. Liberals have confidently assured me gun ownership is not widespread, it’s just a small handful of people amassing larger and larger arsenals. Gun ownership is actually on the decline which means there’s no way the same percentage of Minnesotans own guns as Texans. Since this depiction differs from The Narrative, it must be Fake News. I give it four Dog Tails.

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  5. In addition I listened to the broadcast recording below of a recent WAMU 1A program about what is the definition of a hate group.
    During the discussion the far-left representative went bonkers over the increase in hate crimes since the election of Donald Trump especially in New York City, L.A., and Chicago. Hmmm those aren’t really hotbeds of Trump voters are they?

    Anyway I do recommend listening to the entire 47 minutes if hate groups are a concern of yours. One of the so-called hate groups representatives really gives a good accounting of himself and the inanity of making “hate group” lists.

  6. “If the people in these high-crime communities had light rail, none of this would happen.” – B. Hodges.

  7. Stink, did she really say that? Let’s just say her sentiments come as something of a surprise to residents of the South Side of Chicago, where there is light rail aplenty, but it doesn’t seem to have put a dent in the crime rate.

  8. Looking at image number three I have to say “what is wrong with Nebraska”? 😉

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