USArrests: Violent Crime Rates by US State
This data set contains statistics, in arrests per 100000 residents for assault, murder, and rape in each of the 50 US states in 1973. Also given is the percent of the population living in urban areas.
               Murder Assault UrbanPop  Rape
Alabama          13.2     236       58  21.2
Alaska           10.0     263       48  44.5
Arizona           8.1     294       80  31.0
Arkansas          8.8     190       50  19.5
California        9.0     276       91  40.6
Colorado          7.9     204       78  38.7
Connecticut       3.3     110       77  11.1
Delaware          5.9     238       72  15.8
Florida          15.4     335       80  31.9
Georgia          17.4     211       60  25.8
Hawaii            5.3      46       83  20.2
Idaho             2.6     120       54  14.2
Illinois         10.4     249       83  24.0
Indiana           7.2     113       65  21.0
Iowa              2.2      56       57  11.3
Kansas            6.0     115       66  18.0
Kentucky          9.7     109       52  16.3
Louisiana        15.4     249       66  22.2
Maine             2.1      83       51   7.8
Maryland         11.3     300       67  27.8
Massachusetts     4.4     149       85  16.3
Michigan         12.1     255       74  35.1
Minnesota         2.7      72       66  14.9
Mississippi      16.1     259       44  17.1
Missouri          9.0     178       70  28.2
Montana           6.0     109       53  16.4
Nebraska          4.3     102       62  16.5
Nevada           12.2     252       81  46.0
New Hampshire     2.1      57       56   9.5
New Jersey        7.4     159       89  18.8
New Mexico       11.4     285       70  32.1
New York         11.1     254       86  26.1
North Carolina   13.0     337       45  16.1
North Dakota      0.8      45       44   7.3
Ohio              7.3     120       75  21.4
Oklahoma          6.6     151       68  20.0
Oregon            4.9     159       67  29.3
Pennsylvania      6.3     106       72  14.9
Rhode Island      3.4     174       87   8.3
South Carolina   14.4     279       48  22.5
South Dakota      3.8      86       45  12.8
Tennessee        13.2     188       59  26.9
Texas            12.7     201       80  25.5
Utah              3.2     120       80  22.9
Vermont           2.2      48       32  11.2
Virginia          8.5     156       63  20.7
Washington        4.0     145       73  26.2
West Virginia     5.7      81       39   9.3
Wisconsin         2.6      53       66  10.8
Wyoming           6.8     161       60  15.6