Which states have the highest death rates?
The death rate for the U.S. has been on the rise in recent years.
And according to a new report from the nonprofit research group SurvivalFreelance, the rate is increasing at a faster rate than any other major industrialized country.
States with the highest rate of death include the U., California, Texas, New York, and Illinois, as well as New Jersey, Maryland, Virginia, and New York City.
The study found that the rate in the U of A is the second-highest in the country after New Jersey.
“These are really shocking numbers,” said Claire Cramer, the executive director of SurvivalFrealance, which works with organizations across the country to identify and address the root causes of death.
“Death is so incredibly common and under-diagnosed in the United States.
That’s one of the reasons we’re seeing more deaths, but there’s a lot more to it than that.”
The most populous state in the Union, New Jersey has a death rate of 6,631 deaths per 100,000 people in 2015, more than the national rate of 5,082 deaths per hundred,000.
The rate of deaths from gun-related deaths in the state is 10.6 per 100 000 people, which is nearly triple the national death rate.
California has the highest gun-death rate in America, at 2,086 deaths per every 100,00 people.
The state also has the lowest rate of firearm-related suicides, at 1.7 per 100 thousand people.
New York State had the lowest gun-per-capita death rate at 2.6 deaths in 2015.
The U.K., on the other hand, has the second highest gun death rate in Europe at 3.3 deaths per 1,000 adults, according to the study.
“It’s shocking to see that in one of our most prosperous countries we have the second lowest rate in industrialized countries,” said Cramer.
The researchers said that although the U, Calif.
and New Jersey were the two most populous states in the nation, they were the states with the lowest rates of gun deaths.
The report, which was published on the website SurvivalFreepress, also found that people in New York were five times more likely to be victims of a homicide than people in California, New England, or Texas.
In the U-Va.
campus shooting, which killed nine people, four were women, the highest number of women among U.
Va. students in the study, according a university spokesperson.
The majority of women are shot and killed by their male partners, while in other states, a higher percentage of men are shot.
In a statement to ABC News, the university said that the University of Virginia was aware of the study and was looking into it.
The University of Michigan, a private school, had the highest overall rate of gun violence deaths, at 8.5 per 100 people, while the University at Buffalo had the second most, at 4.9.
The overall rate is lower than the U and NY rates, and higher than the overall rate in Colorado and Washington, DC.
The authors of the report also highlighted the importance of keeping guns out of the hands of children, especially in rural areas.
“Gun ownership and access to firearms are key to the continued safety of rural communities,” the authors wrote.
For more on gun violence, check out our list of top 10 cities with the deadliest gun violence in the US.”
While this report focuses on firearm deaths, gun violence is an issue that affects rural communities and should be addressed as part of a broader prevention strategy,” the researchers said.
For more on gun violence, check out our list of top 10 cities with the deadliest gun violence in the US.