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10 most dangerous cities in US (No BR or NO)

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10. Cleveland, Ohio
> Violent crimes per 100,000: 1,383.8
> Population: 393,781
> 2012 murders: 84
> Poverty rate: 34.3%
> Pct. of adults with high school degree: 77.0%

9. Baltimore, Md.
> Violent crimes per 100,000: 1,405.7
> Population: 625,474
> 2012 murders: 219
> Poverty rate: 25.1%
> Pct. of adults with high school degree: 80.5%

8. New Haven, Conn.
> Violent crimes per 100,000: 1,439.2
> Population: 129,934
> 2012 murders: 17
> Poverty rate: 30.1%
> Pct. of adults with high school degree: 78.4%

7. Birmingham, Ala.
> Violent crimes per 100,000: 1,517.8
> Population: 213,266
> 2012 murders: 67
> Poverty rate: 32.0%
> Pct. of adults with high school degree: 81.3%

6. Stockton, Calif.
> Violent crimes per 100,000: 1,548.0
> Population: 299,105
> 2012 murders: 71
> Poverty rate: 25.8%
> Pct. of adults with high school degree: 75.1%

5. Memphis, Tenn.
> Violent crimes per 100,000: 1,750.0
> Population: 657,436
> 2012 murders: 133
> Poverty rate: 27.2%
> Pct. of adults with high school degree: 83.4%

4. St. Louis, Mo.
> Violent crimes per 100,000: 1,776.5
> Population: 318,667
> 2012 murders: 113
> Poverty rate: 27.0%
> Pct. of adults with high school degree: 83.9%

3. Oakland, Calif.
> Violent crimes per 100,000: 1,993.1
> Population: 399,487
> 2012 murders: 126
> Poverty rate: 21.0%
> Pct. of adults with high school degree: 79.9%

2. Detroit, Mich.
> Violent crimes per 100,000: 2,122.6
> Population: 707,096
> 2012 murders: 386
> Poverty rate: 40.9%
> Pct. of adults with high school degree: 77.4%

1. Flint, Mich.
> Violent crimes per 100,000: 2,729.5
> Population: 101,632
> 2012 murders: 63
> Poverty rate: 40.6%
> Pct. of adults with high school degree: 82.9%




aVatiger
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re: 10 most dangerous cities in US (No BR or NO)
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No BR or NO


impossible


acgeaux129
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re: 10 most dangerous cities in US (No BR or NO)
Trying to figure out a common theme there. Not sure yet.


brewhan davey
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re: 10 most dangerous cities in US (No BR or NO)
Well, we can all question this author's credibility.


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East Coast Band
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re: 10 most dangerous cities in US (No BR or NO)
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7. Birmingham, Ala


I remember bringing up something about B'ham before and was gunned down (pun intended) about how it doesn't compare to BR or NO.

However, this is the main reason why most decent folks don't go into Birmingham.


Bleeding purple
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re: 10 most dangerous cities in US (No BR or NO)
Poverty rate and high school degree are but a few variables related to the incidence of violent crime in these areas.



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SabiDojo
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re: 10 most dangerous cities in US (No BR or NO)
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I remember bringing up something about B'ham before and was gunned down (pun intended) about how it doesn't compare to BR or NO.



You are high out of your mind if you think Birmingham, AL is worse than New Orleans, LA.



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jmtigers
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re: 10 most dangerous cities in US (No BR or NO)
I think BR and NOLA specialize in murder only.


aVatiger
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re: 10 most dangerous cities in US (No BR or NO)
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1. Flint, Mich.


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Poverty rate: 40.6%


holy shit, Flint's poverty rate has risen almost 20% is the past three years


thanks, Obama


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CapitalCityTiger
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re: 10 most dangerous cities in US (No BR or NO)
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New Haven, Conn


Lol riiight


When in Rome
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re: 10 most dangerous cities in US (No BR or NO)
BRCIOO-wait....nvm


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saderade
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re: 10 most dangerous cities in US (No BR or NO)
The actual crime rate in New Orleans is lower than many other urban areas in the country. But our murder rate is much higher.


Bleeding purple
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Tds & Beer
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re: 10 most dangerous cities in US (No BR or NO)
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Trying to figure out a common theme there. Not sure yet.



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mattz1122
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re: 10 most dangerous cities in US (No BR or NO)
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Trying to figure out a common theme there. Not sure yet.



Lots of poor people. Is that where this obligatory post was going?


lsu480
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re: 10 most dangerous cities in US (No BR or NO)
Those cities are all mostly black. Racist white people must be going there and attacking them.


NawlinsTigah270
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re: 10 most dangerous cities in US (No BR or NO)
Poverty rate in Flint, Michigan is 40%


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JordonfortheJ
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wow.. do you have the shite bookmark?


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nerd guy
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re: 10 most dangerous cities in US (No BR or NO)
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2. Detroit, Mich


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Poverty rate: 40.9%


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Flint, Mich


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Poverty rate: 40.6%



wow


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