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Gun violence in the United States - Wikipedia


Gun violence results in thousands of deaths and injuries in the United States annually. In 2013 ..... In 2013 the United States' firearm-related death rate was 10.64 deaths for every 100,000 inh...

Gun Deaths In America | FiveThirtyEight


Jul 13, 2016 ... For terrorism gun deaths, we used the University of Maryland's ... Population totals (used to calculate death rates per 100,000 people) are ...

Putting Gun Death Statistics in Perspective


There are roughly 32,000 gun deaths per year in the United States. Of those, around 60% are suicides. About 3% are accidental deaths (less than 1,000).

15 Statistics That Tell the Story of Gun Violence This Year - The Trace


Dec 23, 2015 ... According to the Gun Violence Archive (GVA), a nonprofit website that scours more than 1,200 sources to track gun deaths and injuries in the ...

Gun Violence by the Numbers - EverytownResearch.org


Jan 6, 2017 ... View CDC data on people killed by guns each year ... Rates of firearm injury death increase rapidly after age 12. And unintentional shootings of ...

Compare These Gun Death Rates: The U.S. Is in a Different World ...


Jun 13, 2016 ... In the United States, the death rate from gun homicides is about 31 per million people — the equivalent of 27 people shot dead every day of the ...

firearm deaths - FastStats - Injuries


Oct 7, 2016 ... Source: Summary Health Statistics Tables for the U.S. Population: National Health Interview Survey, 2014, Table P-5[PDF - 102 KB] ...

Guns in the US: The statistics behind the violence - BBC News


Jan 5, 2016 ... As Barack Obama vows to introduce new gun control measures via ... die annually from gunfire in the US that the death toll between 1968 and ...

Putting Gun Death Statistics in Perspective - Conservative Politics


There are roughly 32000 gun deaths per year in the United States. Here is a look at some of the statistics regularly used in gun arguments.