Health and Safety

Reported Crime in the U.S.

Violent Crime: 398.5

  • Homicide

    Homicide:

    6.5
  • Rape

    Rape:

    38.4
  • Robbery

    Robbery:

    73.9
  • Aggravated Assault

    Aggravated Assault:

    279.7

* Rate per 100,000 people, by year, estimated population in 2020: 329,500,000

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  • All violent crime 2010:404.5 2011:387.1 2012:387.8 2013:369.1 2014:361.6 2015:373.7 2016:397.5 2017:394.9 2018:383.4 2019:380.8 2020:398.5 410 400 390 380 370 360 350 201020122014201620182020
    Year20102011201220132014201520162017201820192020
    Crime Incident404.5387.1387.8369.1361.6373.7397.5394.9383.4380.8398.5
    YearCrime Incident
    2010404.5
    2011387.1
    2012387.8
    2013369.1
    2014361.6
    2015373.7
    2016397.5
    2017394.9
    2018383.4
    2019380.8
    2020398.5

Health Datasets

  • Average Life

    The average life expectancy in the United States in 2020 is 77 years.

  • Diabetes

    About 34.1 million people over the age of 18 have diabetes in 2020.

  • Cancer Cases

    1,708,921 new cancer cases were reported in the 2018.

  • Heart Disease

    363,452 deaths from heart disease in the United States in 2016.

Q&A

How do you determine if a place is safe or not?

We are judging the safety of an area by looking at the crime rate data of a certain area. Of course, the evaluation criteria should not be determined by a numerical value, but the crime rate is a very intuitive way to determine whether an area is safe or not. Perhaps later we will introduce a variety of data to analyze.

How to explain the rape data?

In 2013, the FBI changed the definition of rape to remove the original “forcible” from the definition. For some state or local enforcement agencies, it will take some time to modify the definition of rape in their record management systems, so during the year 2013 to 2016, incidents were collected and displayed on the FBI website both under the original definition and the revised definition. After 2017, it presents the revised definition of rape incidents only.

What data do we show about health?

We present data on health including life expectancy, diabetes, cancer, and heart disease.

What do we know about life expectancy data?

The average life expectancy in the United States in 2020 is 77 years, of which the average life expectancy is 74.2 years for males, and 79.9 years for females. Compared with the average life expectancy of 78.8 years in 2019, the average life expectancy in 2020 has decreased by 1.8 years.

What do we know about diabetes data?

According to statistics in 2020, About 34.1 million people in the United States over the age of 18 have diabetes, of which 26.8 million are diagnosed, and the vast majority of the diagnosed patients are 45 years old and above. At the same time, the prevalence of diabetes is increasing year by year.

What do we know about cancer data?

In 2018, 1,708,921 new cancer cases were reported, and 599,265 people died from cancer in the U.S. For every 100,000 people, 436 new cancer cases were reported and 149 people died from cancer.

What do we know about heart disease data?

In 2016, there were 363,452 deaths from heart disease in the United States. Based on historical data, an estimated 60,500 people are newly diagnosed with heart disease each year.

Where does the data come from?

Crime data from Federal Bureau of Investigation Crime Data Explorer.
Health data from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.

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