Top 11 Most Dangerous States in America

Washington DC:Technically, Washington DC is not a state. It is a district that is home to the capital of the United States.

Tennessee:The crime rate in Tennessee is rising slowly and unfortunately, Memphis has the distinction of being the most dangerous city in the country. 

South Dakota:South Dakota has a low population, but like statements earlier in this article, don’t let populations fool you. 

South Carolina:The state as a whole is below the national average, but some cities in particular can be quite dangerous. Charleston is one of the safest cities in the country. 

New Mexico:Here’s another state that is not as populated but the crime rate is high. New Mexico is the state with the second-highest violent crime in the US. 

Missouri:The homicide rate of 68 murders per 100,000 people is extremely high and one of the highest in the country. 

Michigan:Michigan is one of the most dangerous states because of Detroit, which is considered one of the most dangerous cities in the country.

Louisiana:Louisiana is one of the most dangerous states in the US, mainly because of New Orleans, which has one of the highest homicide rates in the country.

Arkansas:The average is about 7.1 per 1,000 people. Property offenses are also high, with people reporting stolen things the most. 

Arizona: The most dangerous city in the state is South Tucson and certain neighborhoods in other larger cities like Phoenix and Tempe. 

Alaska:Alaska is the largest state in the nation. It’s also one of the least populated states in the country.

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