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Top 25 Safest Cities In The U.S. (25 pics)

Posted in Random » Interesting   11 Jul 2016   / 3198 views

Niche, a company who reviews and ranks cities in the United Sates, published the list of the safest American cities to live based on crime statistics on murder, rape, burglary, and other types of crime. This is what the list looks like.
 

25. Virginia Beach, Virginia

Population: 445,623

Median household income: $67,001

Unemployment rate: 4.3%

Poverty rate: 8.3%

Annual violent crimes per 100,000: 146.4

Annual property crimes per 100,000: 2,174.9

24. Boise, Idaho

Population: 211,655

Median household income: $49,209

Unemployment rate: 5.3%

Poverty rate: 15.1%

Annual violent crimes per 100,000: 296.4

Annual property crimes per 100,000: 2,085.9

23. Boulder, Colorado

Population: 102,002

Median household income: $58,062

Unemployment rate: 4.6%

Poverty rate: 23.3%

Annual violent crimes per 100,000: 232

Annual property crimes per 100,000: 2,662.8

22. Richardson, Texas

Population: 103,752

Median household income: $70,959

Unemployment rate: 5.2%

Poverty rate: 10.4%

Annual violent crimes per 100,000: 169.2

Annual property crimes per 100,000: 2,274.4

21. Roseville, California

Population: 103,752

Median household income: $70,959

Unemployment rate: 5.2%

Poverty rate: 10.4%

Annual violent crimes per 100,000: 149.7

Annual property crimes per 100,000: 2,379.9

20. Temecula, California

Population: 104,955

Median household income: $78,535

Unemployment rate: 6.9%

Poverty rate: 8.1%

Annual violent crimes per 100,000: 92.4

Annual property crimes per 100,000: 2,340.5

19. Rochester, Minnesota

Population: 109,252

Median household income: $63,472

Unemployment rate: 3.5%

Poverty rate: 9.6%

Annual violent crimes per 100,000: 183.5

Annual property crimes per 100,000: 1,990

18. Bellevue, Washington

Population: 132,268

Median household income: $92,524

Unemployment rate: 4.7%

Poverty rate: 8.0%

Annual violent crimes per 100,000: 106.4

Annual property crimes per 100,000: 3,400.5

17. Cape Coral, Florida

Population: 161,804

Median household income: $49,841

Unemployment rate: 7.8%

Poverty rate: 13.6%

Annual violent crimes per 100,000: 143.4

Annual property crimes per 100,000: 1,938.8

16. Burbank, California

Population: 104,484

Median household income: $66,111

Unemployment rate: 6.1%

Poverty rate: 10.1%

Annual violent crimes per 100,000: 142.9

Annual property crimes per 100,000: 2,309.6

15. Carlsbad, California

Population: 109,296

Median household income: $87,416

Unemployment rate: 5.6%

Poverty rate: 10.4%

Annual violent crimes per 100,000: 181.7

Annual property crimes per 100,000: 1,541.5

14. Plano, Texas

Population: 271,166

Median household income: $82,944

Unemployment rate: 4.2%

Poverty rate: 7.5%

Annual violent crimes per 100,000: 165.2

Annual property crimes per 100,000: 1,974.7

13. Corona, California

Population: 157,395

Median household income: $77,021

Unemployment rate: 7.1%

Poverty rate: 11.3%

Annual violent crimes per 100,000: 106.1

Annual property crimes per 100,000: 2,135

12. Overland Park, Kansas

Population: 178,945

Median household income: $72,231

Unemployment rate: 3.7%

Poverty rate: 6.0%

Annual violent crimes per 100,000: 178.6

Annual property crimes per 100,000: 1,656.3

11. Santa Clara, California

Population: 119,525

Median household income: $93,840

Unemployment rate: 5.2%

Poverty rate: 9.0%

Annual violent crimes per 100,000: 133.8

Annual property crimes per 100,000: 2,698.3

10. Torrance, California

Population: 147,181

Median household income: $78,286

Unemployment rate: 5.3%

Poverty rate: 6.9%

Annual violent crimes per 100,000: 104.8

Annual property crimes per 100,000: 1,772.6

9. Fort Collins, Colorado

Population: 149,627

Median household income: $53,775

Unemployment rate: 5.3%

Poverty rate: 18.4%

Annual violent crimes per 100,000: 213.6

Annual property crimes per 100,000: 2,455.6

8. Port St. Lucie, Florida

Population: 169,260

Median household income: $48,898

Unemployment rate: 8.5%

Poverty rate: 15.2% 

Annual violent crimes per 100,000: 141

Annual property crimes per 100,000: 1,448.5

7. Sunnyvale, California

Population: 145,921

Median household income: $103,257

Unemployment rate: 5.4%

Poverty rate: 7.9%

Annual violent crimes per 100,000: 111.8

Annual property crimes per 100,000: 1,577.2

6. Ann Arbor, Michigan

Population: 115,985

Median household income: $56,835

Unemployment rate: 4.0%

Poverty rate: 22.8%

Annual violent crimes per 100,000: 164.8

Annual property crimes per 100,000: 1,868.1

5. Orange, California

Population: 138,980

Median household income: $77,086

Unemployment rate: 6.2%

Poverty rate: 12.5%

Annual violent crimes per 100,000: 100.9

Annual property crimes per 100,000: 1,591.9

4. Round Rock, Texas

Population: 106,972

Median household income: $70,952

Unemployment rate: 5.3%

Poverty rate: 9.6%

Annual violent crimes per 100,000: 124.8

Annual property crimes per 100,000: 1,951

3. Glendale, California

Population: 195,380

Median household income: $52,451

Unemployment rate: 6.7%

Poverty rate: 14.6%

Annual violent crimes per 100,000: 94.4

Annual property crimes per 100,000: 1,559.3

2. Thousand Oaks, California

Population: 128,126

Median household income: $99,115

Unemployment rate: 6.4%

Poverty rate: 7.0%

Annual violent crimes per 100,000: 99.1

Annual property crimes per 100,000: 1,237.9

Naperville, Illinois

Population: 144,108

Median household income: $109,512

Unemployment rate: 4.7%

Poverty rate: 4.4%

Annual violent crimes per 100,000: 77.6

Annual property crimes per 100,000: 1,123












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