Most UFO views by state from 2001-2015

Most UFO views by state from 2001-2015

UFOs, or flying objects, have not generated our imagination for generations. These alleged alleged visitors to the Earth have been viewed during history. However, the mania moved to UFOs hyperactive in 1947, when sauce enthusiasts believed flying remains of other spacecraft, and even an alien body, […] (Photo: ursatii / Getty Images)

UFOs, or flying objects, have not generated our imagination for generations.

These alleged alleged visitors to the Earth have been viewed during history. However, the mania moved to UFOs hyperactive in 1947, when sauce enthusiasts believed flying remains of other spacecraft, and even the body of the aliens, in Roswell, New Mexico. The United States government said in 1994 that the remains of a neoprene balloon used in a secret government surveillance project were debris.

Many people report a visual view that reported the thing without using a viewing device such as a telescope. The weather, among other variables, can practice an observer thinking that he or she has something unusual. Thousands of UFO scenes are reported each year, including several made by pilots and airline astronauts. The National UFO Reporting Center collects many views, disseminating credible UFO reports.

UFO reporting levels vary with a state. In cold winter states, sights increase significantly during the summer months, when more residents are spending their leisure time outdoors. The five states are northern states with the highest reported UFO views per 100,000 people, three of which – Vermont, New Hampshire and Maine – are located in New England. By contrast, UFO reports do not change much during the year in the southern states, where weather conditions and daylight vary.

Methodology

For the states with most UFO sights to determine, 24/7 Wall Street checks per 100,000 people were reviewed with data from Costa's Questionnaire “UFO Unseings Desk: USA 2001-2015: Non Flight Objectives” Non-Classified-Shapes. ”2001-2015 the total came from the same source. Views per 100,000 were calculated using 2001-2005 raw view figures and the American Consumer Survey Year 1 population estimates for 2017. Population density figures were calculated using the 2017 population estimate and the 2010 land area in a square mile – between the State Census Bureau. United. The share of internetless households is from the American Consumer Survey of the 2017 Census Bureau. One of the reasons why UFO scenes have grown at the turn of the last century is that the significant increase in broadband internet access has made reporting much easier.

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50. Mississippi

• Check 2001-2015 per 100K: 21.3

• Total views: 636 (10th minimum)

• Population per square mile: 64 (19th)

• Internetless families: 23.1% (highest)

49. Louisiana

• Check 2001-2015 per 100K: 23.3

• Total views: 1,090 (18th minimum)

• Population per square mile: 108 (mostly 24th)

• Internetless families: 20.7% (second highest)

48. Georgia

• Check 2001-2015 per 100K: 24.5

• Total views: 2,550 (mostly 17th)

• Population per square mile: 181 (mostly 17th)

• Internetless families: 14.2% (18th)

47. Texas

• Check 2001-2015 per 100K: 24.9

• Total views: 7,058 (3rd largest)

• Population per square mile: 108 (mostly 25th)

• Internetless families: 14.0% (19th highest)

46. ​​Alabama

• Check 2001-2015 per 100K: 25.1

• Total views: 1,224 (21st)

• Population per square mile: 96 (24th minimum)

• Internetless families: 18.6% (6th highest)

45. New York

• Check 2001-2015 per 100K: 25.9

• Total views: 5,141 (6th largest)

• Population per square mile: 421 (7th largest)

• Internetless families: 13.5% (25th height)

44. Maryland

• Check 2001-2015 per 100K: 27.2

• Total views: 1,646 (mostly 24th)

• Population per square mile: 623 (5th largest)

• Internetless families: 10.0% (7th lowest)

43. Virginia

• Check 2001-2015 per 100K: 27.7

• Total views: 2,348 (18th most)

• Population per square mile: 214 (mostly 14th)

• Internetless families: 12.1% (lowest 15th)

42. North Dakota

• Check 2001-2015 per 100K: 28.2

• Total views: 213 (smallest)

• Population per square mile: 11 (4th)

• Internetless families: 12.7% (lowest 20th)

41. New Jersey

• Check 2001-2015 per 100K: 28.5

• Total views: 2,567 (mostly 16th)

• Population per square mile: 1,225 (largest)

• Internetless families: 10.6% (lowest 9th)

40. Tennessee

• Check 2001-2015 per 100K: 31.6

• Total views: 2,125 (20th majority)

• Population per square mile: 163 (mostly 20th)

• Internetless families: 17.7% (8th)

39. Massachusetts

• Check 2001-2015 per 100K: 32.2

• Total views: 2,208 (mostly 19th century)

• Population per square mile: 879 (3rd largest)

• Internetless families: 10.9% (lowest 11th)

38. North Carolina

• Check 2001-2015 per 100K: 32.7

• Total views: 3,359 (11th largest)

• Population per square mile: 211 (15th largest)

• Internetless families: 15.2% (14th height)

37. Minnesota

• Check 2001-2015 per 100K: 32.7

• Total views: 1,825 (mostly 23rd)

• Population per square mile: 70 (21st)

• Internetless families: 10.8% (10th lowest)

36. Illinois

• Check 2001-2015 per 100K: 32.7

• Total views: 4,191 (8th highest)

• Population per square mile: 231 (12th largest)

• Internetless families: 13.3% (lowest 25)

35. Arkansas

• Check 2001-2015 per 100K: 33.1

• Total views: 995 (16th person)

• Population per square mile: 58 (17th minimum)

• Internetless families: 20.5% (3rd height)

34. South Dakota

• Check 2001-2015 per 100K: 33.2

• Total views: 289 (second)

• Population per square mile: 11 (5th person) t

• Internetless families: 15.7% (11th highest)

33. Delaware

• Check 2001-2015 per 100K: 34.3

• Total views: 330 (third smallest)

• Population per square mile: 494 (6th largest)

• Internetless families: 9.8% (5th lowest)

32. Nebraska

• Check 2001-2015 per 100K: 34.4

• Total views: 660 (11th smallest)

• Population per square mile: 25 (8th person)

• Internetless families: 12.9% (21st lowest)

31. Wisconsin

• Check 2001-2015 per 100K: 34.5

• Total views: 1,998 (mostly 21st)

• Population per square mile: 107 (25th)

• Internetless families: 13.5% (24th height)

30. Ohio

• Check 2001-2015 per 100K: 35.3

• Total views: 4,115 (10th largest)

• Population per square mile: 285 (tenth largest)

• Internetless families: 13.9% (21st highest)

29. Kentucky

• Check 2001-2015 per 100K: 35.6

• Total views: 1,587 (mostly 25th)

• Population per square mile: 113 (mainly 22nd)

• Internetless families: 17.8% (7th height)

28. Oklahoma

• Check 2001-2015 per 100K: 35.8

• Total views: 1,408 (23rd minimum)

• Population per square mile: 57 (16th person)

• Internetless families: 17.3% (9th highest)

27. Iowa

• Check 2001-2015 per 100K: 36.8

• Total views: 1,158 (20th person)

• Population per square mile: 56 (smallest 15th)

• Internetless families: 14.4% (17th highest)

26. South Carolina

• Check 2001-2015 per 100K: 37.0

• Total views: 1,859 (mostly 22nd)

• Population per square mile: 167 (mainly 19th century)

• Internetless families: 16.9% (10th)

25. Florida

• Check 2001-2015 per 100K: 37.1

• Total views: 7,787 (second largest)

• Population per square mile: 391 (mostly)

• Internetless families: 12.6% (19th lowest)

24. Utah

• Check 2001-2015 per 100K: 37.3

• Total views: 1,158 (20th person)

• Population per square mile: 38 (11th 11th)

• Internetless families: 7.5% (lowest)

23. Kansas

• Check 2001-2015 per 100K: 37.3

• Total views: 1,088 (17th minimum)

• Population per square mile: 36 (10th minimum)

• Internetless families: 13.6% (23rd highest)

22. Hawaii

• Check 2001-2015 per 100K: 37.7

• Total views: 538 (8th person)

• Population per square mile: 222 (mostly 13th)

• Internetless families: 12.1% (17th lowest)

21. California

• Check 2001-2015 per 100K: 40.1

• Total views: 15,836 (largest)

• Population per square mile: 254 (11th largest)

• Internetless families: 9.8% (6th lowest)

20. Pennsylvania

• Check 2001-2015 per 100K: 40.4

• Total views: 5,176 (5th largest)

• Population per square mile: 286 (9th largest)

• Internetless families: 15.5% (13th highest)

19. Connecticut

• Check 2001-2015 per 100K: 41.2

• Total views: 1,478 (24th person)

• Population per square mile: 741 (4th largest)

• Internetless families: 11.6% (lowest 12th)

18. Michigan

• Check 2001-2015 per 100K: 41.8

• Total views: 4,160 (9th largest)

• Population per square mile: 176 (mostly 18th)

• Internetless families: 13.9% (22nd height)

17. Indiana

• Check 2001-2015 per 100K: 43.5

• Total views: 2,897 (mostly 15th)

• Population per square mile: 186 (mostly 16th)

• Internetless families: 15.5% (12th highest)

16. West Virginia

• Check 2001-2015 per 100K: 45.2

• Total views: 821 (12th)

• Population per square mile: 76 (minimum 22)

• Internetless families: 19.9% ​​(5th highest)

15. Missouri

• Check 2001-2015 per 100K: 47.5

• Total views: 2,902 (mostly 14th)

• Population per square mile: 89 (23rd minimum)

• Internetless families: 15.1% (16th height)

14. Rhode Island

• Check 2001-2015 per 100K: 49.3

• Total views: 522 (7th number)

• Population per square mile: 1,025 (second largest)

• Internetless families: 12.1% (16th lowest)

13. Nevada

• Check 2001-2015 per 100K: 52.8

• Total views: 1,583 (25th)

• Population per square mile: 27 (9th number)

• Internetless families: 13.0% (22nd lowest)

12. Colorado

• Check 2001-2015 per 100K: 57.0

• Total views: 3,197 (mostly 12th)

• Population per square mile: 54 (14th minimum)

• Internetless families: 9.0% (4th lowest)

11. Idaho

• Check 2001-2015 per 100K: 57.0

• Total views: 979 (15th lowest)

• Population per square mile: 21 (7th)

• Internetless families: 14.0% (20th highest)

10. Wyoming

• Check 2001-2015 per 100K: 58.2

• Total views: 337 (fourth number)

• Population per square mile: 6 (second smallest)

• Internetless families: 12.2% (lowest 18th)

9. Montana

• Check 2001-2015 per 100K: 58.7

• Total views: 617 (9th number)

• Population per square mile: 7 (third minimum)

• Internetless families: 15.2% (15th)

8. Alaska

• Check 2001-2015 per 100K: 64.1

• Total views: 474 (5th person)

• Population per square mile: 1 (smallest)

• Internetless families: 11.6% (lowest 13th)

7. New Mexico

• Check 2001-2015 per 100K: 67.1

• Total views: 1,402 (22th minimum)

• Population per square mile: 17 (6th person)

• Internetless families: 20.0% (4th height)

6. Arizona

• Check 2001-2015 per 100K: 67.4

• Total views: 4,726 (7th largest)

• Population per square mile: 62 (18th person)

• Internetless families: 11.7% (lowest 14th)

5. New Hampshire

• Check 2001-2015 per 100K: 69.4

• Total views: 932 (13th twins)

• Population per square mile: 150 (mainly 21st)

• Internetless families: 8.5% (3rd lowest)

4. Washington

• Check 2001-2015 per 100K: 70.6

• Total views: 5,226 (fourth largest)

• Population per square mile: 111 (mainly 23rd)

• Internetless families: 8.4% (second lowest)

3. Maine

• Check 2001-2015 per 100K: 71.0

• Total views: 949 (14th minimum)

• Population per square mile: 43 (13th twins)

• Internetless families: 13.2% (low 24th)

2. Oregon

• Check 2001-2015 per 100K: 72.7

• Total views: 3,013 (13th part)

• Population per square mile: 43 (12th)

• Internetless families: 10.2% (lowest 8th)

1. Vermont

• Check 2001-2015 per 100K: 80.8

• Total views: 504 (6th person)

• Population per square mile: 68 (20th person)

• Internetless families: 13.0% (23rd lowest)

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