Kansas has one of the largest shares of total energy production from renewable sources, and 36% of the state’s electrical production comes from wind energy.
Kentucky: 116.2 per 100,000
Kentucky has one of the lowest rates of aggravated assault in the country, with just 116.2 incidents reported per 100,000 residents — less than half the national aggravated assault rate.
Louisiana: 9.09 cents/kWh
Louisiana has the cheapest electricity in the country, at a rate of just 9.09 cents per kilowatt hour. That is less than half the rate of eight states, and less than one-third of Hawaii’s 33.82 cents/kWh.
Maine: 121 per 100,000 people
Maine’s annual violent crime rate of 121 incidents per 100,000 people is the lowest in the country. The national rate is 383 incidents per 100,000 people.
Maryland has the highest median household income in the country at $80,776, more than $20,000 above the national annual median.