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San Francisco County, California has the most violent crimes per 100,000 population (702.66) of the 78 counties with at least $78,621 in median household income (San Francisco County, California is at $81,294).

That is, among those 78 counties that do well on one measure, San Francisco County, California does worst on a related measure. That 702.66 compares to an average of 179.01 and standard deviation of 119.1 across those 78 counties.

Reaching the average of 179.01 would imply a decrease of 4,631 violent crimes.


San Francisco County, California has these related standings among those 78 counties:

  • violent crimes per 100,000 population = 702.66 (the most)

  • car crash fatalities per 100,000 population = 4.91 (7th-fewest)

  • homicides per 100,000 population = 6.040 (20th-most)

  • property crimes per 100,000 population = 4,385 (the most)

  • first responders per 1,000 population = 0.600 (16th-fewest)

  • population living close to emergency facilities = 97.28% (the most)

  • per-capita spending on police and fire protection = $768.71 (10th-highest)

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Peers

exceeded Anne Arundel County, Maryland (507.28), Nantucket County, Massachusetts (460.21), Juneau City and Borough, Alaska (425.5), and Charles County, Maryland (421.52), and others, ending with Hamilton County, Indiana (44.25).

1 out of the other 77 counties was ruled out due to missing, unknown, or not-applicable values for violent crimes per 100,000 population, i.e., Denali Borough, Alaska.

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References

  1. median household income. Higher values are better. Source is the 2015 Census.
  2. violent crimes per 100,000 population. Lower values are better. Violent crime includes murder, manslaughter, rape, robbery, aggravated assault, etc. Source is DOJ 2014. The population estimate is from the 2017 Census.

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San Francisco County, California is in California, is in the Western states, and is urban high-performing.

 

     Numeric values:
  • median household income ($81,294)
  • public-school spending per student ($16,343)
  • average weekly wage ($1,955)
  • per-capita spending on police and fire protection ($768.71)
  • youth who live within 5 miles of a public school (100%)
  • households with internet access (98.79%)
  • population living close to emergency facilities (97.28%)
  • households with utility gas or electric for home heating (96.39%)
  • pre-school enrollment (71.17%)
  • labor-force participation (69.40%)
  • adults who don't eat enough daily fruits & vegetables (68.60%)
  • population age 25+ with an Associate Degree or higher (59.37%)
  • 4th-grade students who are proficient in English Language Arts (50.00%)
  • households where housing costs (mortgage or rent and utilities) exceed 30% of household income (39.26%)
  • homeownership rate (36.4%)
  • households with no vehicle (30.49%)
  • racial integration (24.00%)
  • heart disease among older adults (17.74%)
  • adult obesity (16.20%)
  • adults who did NOT take part in leisure-time physical activity or exercise in the past month (15.60%)
  • older adults (Medicare beneficiaries) who are diagnosed with depression (15.02%)
  • poverty rate (13.24%)
  • workers who commute 60 minutes or more (13.19%)
  • adults who self-report fair or poor general health within the last 30 days (12.74%)
  • new-business growth rate (12.03%)
  • adults of age 18+ who smoke tobacco (9.91%)
  • population without health insurance (8.50%)
  • adult diabetes (8.0%)
  • land area covered by tree canopy, weighted by population (7.45%)
  • newborns with low birth weight (7.01%)
  • cancer among older adults (6.84%)
  • change in median household value (+6.49%)
  • overcrowded households (6.26%)
  • tax returns that claim adult education tax credits (3.75%)
  • civilian labor-force unemployment (3.3%)
  • households that receive public-assistance income (2.70%)
  • youth of ages 16-19 who are neither working nor enrolled in school (2.08%)
  • vacant houses (1.20%)
  • relative disparity in unemployment rates among the disabled, compared to the total population (0.61%)
  • population without nearby access to a large grocery store (0.60%)
  • teenage birth rate (0.12%)
  • unsafe drinking water exposure (0.00%)
  • households in a FEMA-designated flood hazard area (0.00%)
  • affordable housing relative to low-income population (-48.78)
  • food environment index (7.5)
  • jobs within a 45-minute commute by car (307,815)
  • local food outlets per 100,000 in population (3.7)
  • natural amenities index (10.52)
  • nonprofits per 100,000 population (66.1)
  • variety of industries among available jobs (0.66)
  • walkability index (16.23)
  • airborne cancer risk per million in population (132.1303)
  • car crash fatalities per 100,000 population (4.91)
  • chronic health risk from exposure to toxic chemicals (773.27)
  • days per month that adults self-report 'not good' mental health (3.30)
  • deaths due to drug overdose, alcohol, or suicide per 100,000 population (34.67)
  • homicides per 100,000 population (6.040)
  • preventable hospital admissions per 100,000 population (2,647)
  • property crimes per 100,000 population (4,385)
  • relative disparity in Bachelor's degree among blacks and hispanics, compared to whites (0.50)
  • relative disparity in income among blacks and hispanics, compared to whites (0.52)
  • relative disparity in pollution exposure among blacks, hispanics, and other, compared to whites (9.69)
  • relative disparity in poverty rates among blacks and hispanics, compared to whites (0.19)
  • relative disparity in premature death among blacks and hispanics, compared to whites (0.13)
  • risk of developing serious respiratory complications per 10,000 in population (7.23)
  • very-hot days per year (8)
  • violent crimes per 100,000 population (702.66)
  • CMS-certified beds within active hospitals per 1,000 population (4.97)
  • first responders per 1,000 population (0.600)
  • population (884,363)
  • primary-care doctors per 100,000 population (196.96)

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