Colorado is among the 25 most dangerous states in the United States – NBC Denver

A LawnStarter study provided the list of the safest and most insecure states in the United States, and Colorado appeared among the 25 states with the highest insecurity rates in the country.

The statistics used to carry out the study are the official ones provided by the FBI on crimes in one of the 50 states.

The study ranked Alaska the most dangerous state and New Hampshire the safest. Some of the factors analyzed were arson, robbery, vehicle theft, murder and rape, among others.

The study also analyzed each state, and in Colorado it was determined that Windsor is the safest city and Pueblo the most dangerous.

Colorado is the fifth state in the country with the highest number of vehicle thefts and the sixth with the most violations.

This is the list of the safest states in the country:

  1. New Hampshire
  2. New Jersey
  3. Massachusetts
  4. Maine
  5. Rhode Island
  6. Vermont
  7. Connecticut
  8. Pennsylvania
  9. Idaho
  10. New York
  11. Wyoming
  12. Winsconsin
  13. Minnesota
  14. Virginia
  15. North Dakota
  16. Utah
  17. Kentucky
  18. Illinois
  19. Michigan
  20. South Dakota
  21. Hawaii
  22. California
  23. Nebraska
  24. West Virginia
  25. Ohio
  26. Texas
  27. Florida
  28. Arizona
  29. Nevada
  30. Colorado
  31. Kansas
  32. North Carolina
  33. Montana
  34. Georgia
  35. Oregon
  36. Inidiana
  37. Oklahoma
  38. Washington
  39. Mississippi
  40. Mossouri
  41. South Carolina
  42. Arkansas
  43. Delaware
  44. Alabama
  45. Tennessee
  46. Maryland
  47. District of Colombia
  48. New Mexico
  49. Louisiana
  50. Alaska

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