A recent study which listed the ten most dangerous cities in America failed to include racial demographics, which, when factored in, show that the largest U.S. cities are facing a Third World crime apocalypse which has forced the vast majority of white residents to flee.
The study, first published in the 247wallst journal, worked out the ten U.S. cities with populations of 100,000 or more with the highest rates of violent crime per 1,000 residents, based on the FBI’s Uniform Crime Report.
The journal worked with eight types of violent and nonviolent crime for 2011, and calculated the incidence of the four types of violent crime per 1,000 persons for that year: murder, forcible rape, robbery and aggravated assault.
In addition to crime data, 24/7 Wall St. reviewed median income and poverty rates for these cities from the U.S. Census Bureau for 2010, the most recent available year.
Also included were average 2011 unemployment rates for these cities, provided by the Bureau of Labor Statistics.
The article did not, however, insert the racial demographics of the cities in question, which have now been added to the data below.
10. Stockton, Calif.
Violent crimes per 1,000: 14.1
2011 murders: 58
Median income: $45,606
Unemployment rate: 20.2%
US Census 2010: White persons not Hispanic: 22.9%
9. Baltimore, Md.
Violent crimes per 1,000: 14.2
2011 murders: 196
Median income: $38,346
Unemployment rate: 10.5%
Baltimore has the sixth-highest homicide rate of any U.S. city with a population above 100,000. It also has the 11th-highest aggravated assault rate in the country.
US Census 2010: White persons not Hispanic: 28.0%
8. Atlanta, Ga.
Violent crimes per 1,000: 14.3
2011 murders: 88
Median income: $41,631
There are 8.27 aggravated assaults per 1,000 people; 70.84 property crimes per 1,000 people; 5,371 incidents of motor theft reported in 2011, or on average 15 vehicle thefts per day.
US Census 2010: White persons not Hispanic: 36.3%
7. Birmingham, Ala.
Violent crimes per 1,000: 14.8
2011 murders: 54
Median income: $30,212
Unemployment rate: 10.9%
Birmingham ranks among the top five cities in the U.S. for forcible rape and property crime rates. The city also has among the highest rates of burglary and larceny-theft. Birmingham has one of the highest poverty rates in the country, at 25.1%.
US Census 2010: White persons not Hispanic: 21.1%
6. Little Rock, Ark.
Violent crimes per 1,000: 14.9
2011 murders: 37
Median income: $44,415
Unemployment rate: 7.2%
US Census 2010:
White persons not Hispanic: 46.7%
5. Memphis, Tenn.
Violent crimes per 1,000: 15.8
2011 murders: 117
Median income: $37,045
Unemployment rate: 11.1%
US Census 2010: White persons not Hispanic: 27.5%
4. Oakland, Calif.
Violent crimes per 1,000: 16.8
2011 murders: 104
Median income: $49,190
Unemployment rate: 15.6%
Oakland is the number one city for both robbery and motor vehicle theft rates in the country.
US Census 2010: White persons not Hispanic: 25.9%
3. St. Louis, Mo.
Violent crimes per 1,000: 18.6
2011 murders: 113
Median income: $32,688
Unemployment rate: 11.7%
Violent crime rates in St. Louis have risen dramatically, from 17.5 to 18.6 cases per 1,000 people. The city’s murder rate is the fourth highest in the nation, its robbery rate is the fifth highest in the nation and its aggravated assault rate is third highest in the nation.
US Census 2010: White persons not Hispanic: 42.2%
2. Detroit, Mich.
Violent crimes per 1,000: 21.4
2011 murders: 344
Median income: $25,787
Unemployment rate: 19.9%
Detroit has a 32.3% poverty rate, the second-highest violent crime rate in the country, the fourth and second highest robbery and aggravated assaults in the country, and also features well within the top ten of the country’s burglary, motor vehicle theft and arson rates.
US Census 2010: White persons not Hispanic: 7.8%
1. Flint, Mich.
Violent crimes per 1,000: 23.4
2011 murders: 52
Median income: $22,672
Unemployment rate: 18.9%
No city with more than 100,000 residents had a higher violent crime rate than Flint. Flint has the second-highest murder rate and the highest rates of aggravated assault, burglary and arson in the nation.
US Census 2010: White persons not Hispanic: 35.7%
America speeds on to the utter destruction of its European founding heritage, unless those remaining European-Americans quickly get their act together to stake out their claim to survival.
All racial demographic data taken from the U.S. Census’s Quick Facts.