Special Report

The City With the Highest Robbery Rate in Every State

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Colorado: Pueblo
> Robberies per 100k people: 123.5 (Colorado: 68.3)
> Number of robberies: 208 (Colorado: 3,964)
> Violent crimes per 100k people: 722.2 (Colorado: 423.1)
> Poverty rate: 17.9% (Colorado: 9.3%)
> Population within reporting jurisdiction: 168,374 (Colorado: 5,807,719)

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Connecticut: New Haven-Milford
> Robberies per 100k people: 93.2 (Connecticut: 57.2)
> Number of robberies: 745 (Connecticut: 2,033)
> Violent crimes per 100k people: 256.3 (Connecticut: 181.6)
> Poverty rate: 12.2% (Connecticut: 10.0%)
> Population within reporting jurisdiction: 799,461 (Connecticut: 3,557,006)

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Delaware: Dover*
> Robberies per 100k people: 31.6 (Delaware: 70.9)
> Number of robberies: 58 (Delaware: 700)
> Violent crimes per 100k people: 442.6 (Delaware: 431.9)
> Poverty rate: 13.0% (Delaware: 11.3%)
> Population within reporting jurisdiction: 183,675 (Delaware: 986,809)

*Because Dover is the only eligible metro in Delaware, it is the metro with the most robberies by default.

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Florida: Gainesville
> Robberies per 100k people: 107.6 (Florida: 62.2)
> Number of robberies: 356 (Florida: 13,521)
> Violent crimes per 100k people: 760.3 (Florida: 383.6)
> Poverty rate: 18.5% (Florida: 12.7%)
> Population within reporting jurisdiction: 330,910 (Florida: 21,733,312)

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Georgia: Albany
> Robberies per 100k people: 103.6 (Georgia: 65.5)
> Number of robberies: 151 (Georgia: 7,016)
> Violent crimes per 100k people: 1,008.1 (Georgia: 400.1)
> Poverty rate: 22.6% (Georgia: 13.3%)
> Population within reporting jurisdiction: 145,715 (Georgia: 10,710,017)