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Azrael, Deborah, Philip J. Cook and Matthew Miller. 2004 ‘Table AIV: Firearms Prevalence by State Estimated from HICRC and from FS/S.’ State and Local Prevalence of Firearms Ownership Measurement, Structure, and Trends; Vol. 20 (No. 1), pp. 58-60. New York, NY: Journal of Quantitative Criminology. 1 March

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Table AIV: Firearms Prevalence by State Estimated from HICRC and from FS/S

Rank) State: Est. prevalence from FS/S

1) Hawaii: 11.59
2) Massachusetts: 13.08
3) New Jersey: 15.44
4) D.C.: 20.13
5) New York: 20.19
6) Rhode Island: 22.36
7) Connecticut: 25.48
8) Illinois: 29.39
9) Delaware: 30.74
10) California: 33.26
11) Maryland: 34.97
12) Minnesota: 35.42
13) Wisconsin: 35.78
14) Colorado: 37.70
15) Pennsylvania: 37.90
16) Iowa: 38.49
17) Michigan: 38.96
18) Ohio: 38.97
19) New Hampshire: 39.30
20) Utah: 39.61
21) Washington: 40.35
22) Florida: 40.51
23) Nebraska: 40.85
24) Maine: 42.12
25) South Dakota: 42.30
26) Kansas: 42.88
27) New Mexico: 42.92
28) North Dakota: 43.80
29) Oregon: 43.92
30) Vermont: 44.40
31) Indiana: 45.11
32) Missouri: 45.30
33) Texas: 46.26
34) Oklahoma: 47.64
35) Virginia: 47.92
36) Nevada: 47.97
37) Arizona: 48.30
38) Montana: 48.83
39) North Carolina: 50.61
40) Idaho: 50.87
41) Alaska: 50.91
42) South Carolina: 51.00
43) Tennessee: 52.35
44) Arkansas: 52.51
45) Kentucky: 53.20
46) Georgia: 53.65
47) West Virginia: 54.64
48) Wyoming: 54.78
49) Louisiana: 55.04
50) Alabama: 57.51
51) Mississippi: 60.25

[HICRC = The Harvard Injury Control Research Center; FS/S = Firearm suicides divided by Suicides; D.C. = District of Columbia]

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