List of Mexican states by homicides

This is a list of Mexican states by their respective homicide data.

MethodologyEdit

The National Institute of Statistic and Geography released information of homicides for the 32 federal states of Mexico. In the year 2011 there were 27,199 homicides in Mexico. The state of Chihuahua ranked number one with the most homicides in the country, the least was Baja California Sur. For Mexico there were 24 homicides for every 100,000 inhabitants.

2011 INEGI recordsEdit

Mexican States by Homicides - 2011[1]
Rank State Homicides (2011) Homicides (2010) Change
-   Mexico 27,199 25,757   5.6%
1   Chihuahua 4,502 6,407   29.7%
2   State of Mexico 2,613 2,111   23.8%
3   Guerrero 2,425 1,555   55.9%
4   Nuevo León 2,177 951   128.9%
5   Sinaloa 1,988 2,423   18.0%
6   Jalisco 1,524 1,072   42.2%
7   Mexico City 1,101 1,077   2.2%
8   Tamaulipas 1,075 935   15.0%
9   Durango 1,066 1,109   3.9%
10   Veracruz de Ignacio de la Llave 1,005 461   118.0%
11   Michoacán de Ocampo 852 723   17.8%
12   Baja California 810 1,528   47.0%
13   Coahuila de Zaragoza 729 449   62.4%
14   Oaxaca 682 733   7.0%
15   Guanajuato 619 445   39.1%
16   Nayarit 587 539   8.9%
17   Sonora 542 738   26.6%
18   Morelos 454 493   7.9%
19   Puebla 436 376   16.0%
20   San Luis Potosí 362 366   1.1%
21   Zacatecas 290 143   102.8%
22   Tabasco 225 193   16.6%
23   Hidalgo 209 112   86.6%
24   Chiapas 185 199   7.0%
25   Quintana Roo 163 145   12.4%
26   Colima 162 131   23.7%
27   Querétaro de Arteaga 107 74   44.6%
28   Tlaxcala 88 57   54.4%
29   Aguascalientes 80 75   6.7%
30   Yucatán 53 34   55.9%
31   Campeche 46 48   4.2%
32   Baja California Sur 42 55   23.6%

Homicide rates by yearEdit

Intentional homicide rate (per 100,000)

  < 1
  1–5
  5–10
  10–21.1
  > 21.1
  Mexico Sources 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012 2013 2014 2015 2016 2017 2018 2019 2020

    Colima [2][3][4][5] 5.12 4.86 5.23 8.06 14.11 24.54 41.87 25.49 13.92 23.08 71.22 96.61 80.90 86.68 71.08
    Baja California [2][3][4][5] 16.22 16.80 27.47 23.67 27.41 20.55 17.73 22.92 20.80 23.82 33.38 58.36 76.18 70.61 70.15
    Chihuahua [2][3][4][5] 17.85 18.27 59.16 90.56 110.71 86.68 55.49 39.69 29.56 25.47 32.89 41.72 47.22 56.85 60.26
    Guanajuato [2][3][4][5] 4.54 4.26 4.73 7.52 7.86 10.76 13.60 11.21 12.29 15.11 16.39 18.55 44.60 47.44 57.40
    Zacatecas [2][3][4][5] 3.45 4.52 5.01 5.09 7.29 7.81 12.69 10.77 7.29 14.91 28.96 35.12 35.94 32.79 50.82
    Michoacán [2][3][4][5] 15.52 12.28 13.04 16.61 14.95 17.34 16.80 19.91 19.81 16.90 27.81 27.41 29.44 36.37 43.65
    Sonora [2][3][4][5] 9.36 11.91 14.93 18.59 23.98 17.06 17.83 20.17 19.64 17.46 19.81 23.01 23.96 34.16 42.70
    Morelos [2][3][4][5] 9.33 6.54 7.70 17.81 31.00 30.43 46.57 31.85 21.92 25.78 31.70 30.63 35.37 46.49 40.91
    Guerrero [2][3][4][5] 25.17 23.88 28.13 41.90 43.55 62.13 66.01 59.22 42.69 56.50 61.67 64.26 62.45 44.45 34.23
    Quintana Roo [2][3][4][5] 10.13 14.45 15.21 13.55 17.32 19.28 17.36 14.41 11.24 14.48 10.19 21.57 42.58 38.22 32.49
    Sinaloa [2][3][4][5] 22.12 26.91 41.48 44.35 60.11 50.72 40.99 33.45 28.59 28.65 31.93 43.89 31.53 26.91 22.87
    San Luis Potosí [2][3][4][5] 5.24 6.06 8.53 6.10 15.94 15.18 14.80 9.66 8.39 8.75 11.02 16.74 16.46 16.28 22.30
    Jalisco [2][3][4][5] 6.07 5.48 6.40 7.77 11.93 16.20 15.49 14.19 11.57 12.85 14.37 16.88 24.24 25.03 21.78
    Tabasco [2][3][4][5] 7.73 8.88 6.72 5.25 6.35 7.10 5.37 6.00 7.12 9.77 11.46 15.96 18.99 22.60 20.34
    Oaxaca [2][3][4][5] 28.69 25.12 19.27 19.59 17.22 16.43 12.01 13.54 16.06 18.74 21.55 22.63 24.01 24.67 19.49
    Nuevo León [2][3][4][5] 4.08 6.31 5.76 5.75 17.53 41.75 29.97 14.55 9.77 8.87 12.49 12.54 13.85 16.50 15.68
    Tamaulipas [2][3][4][5] 11.06 8.32 9.51 8.75 21.62 25.32 29.72 16.06 17.93 15.04 16.60 22.22 23.26 18.09 15.56
    Veracruz [2][3][4][5] 5.82 6.37 6.30 4.54 7.56 11.42 12.32 10.89 6.10 7.02 15.52 20.10 16.71 16.48 14.83
    Puebla [2][3][4][5] 7.42 7.10 7.50 7.14 7.08 10.43 9.63 6.74 5.51 8.06 9.43 14.56 17.24 17.29 13.66
    State of Mexico [2][3][4][5] 19.08 7.63 8.38 8.78 7.40 9.54 13.22 11.81 12.00 12.27 11.99 11.75 13.18 14.22 13.65
    Mexico City [2][3][4][5] 7.23 7.96 7.95 8.34 9.07 8.72 8.74 8.42 8.44 9.64 10.78 12.31 14.12 16.13 13.07
    Nayarit [2][3][4][5] 9.45 10.43 13.89 13.66 33.10 40.28 21.12 12.81 9.16 6.78 3.13 20.10 25.44 12.99 12.34
    Hidalgo [2][3][4][5] 3.99 5.73 5.34 5.17 4.98 4.07 3.00 4.38 4.96 4.97 5.18 6.79 6.84 9.67 9.96
    Querétaro [2][3][4][5] 3.03 3.26 3.26 4.96 3.19 5.21 5.75 5.71 5.22 6.93 5.85 8.53 8.31 8.41 8.66
    Tlaxcala [2][3][4][5] 16.80 N/A 3.65 4.11 4.05 5.89 4.82 5.63 4.84 4.62 5.94 9.29 9.14 11.13 8.24
    Durango [2][3][4][5] 12.93 15.57 26.41 56.36 61.32 45.20 36.15 27.54 18.03 13.49 13.35 12.50 10.07 8.39 7.97
    Campeche [2][3][4][5] 3.58 4.53 5.56 4.98 7.05 6.92 7.96 7.61 7.27 5.84 9.12 7.17 7.11 7.52 7.90
    Chiapas [2][3][4][5] 7.76 7.64 6.85 10.32 10.46 12.31 11.35 9.83 7.89 9.56 8.80 8.83 10.09 9.42 7.54
    Baja California Sur [2][3][4][5] 3.54 4.79 4.63 4.94 7.39 5.65 5.03 7.80 9.45 19.77 24.40 69.15 18.52 9.26 7.13
    Coahuila [2][3][4][5] 4.15 4.54 6.62 8.75 14.63 23.42 27.01 22.32 13.33 9.93 7.54 7.62 7.34 7.16 6.23
    Aguascalientes [2][3][4][5] 2.33 4.32 5.46 5.61 6.19 6.09 3.57 3.19 3.31 2.95 2.84 6.13 5.63 6.82 5.46
    Yucatán [2][3][4][5] 1.17 1.58 2.44 1.69 1.82 2.29 1.87 1.94 2.01 2.50 2.33 2.12 2.14 1.47 2.25

See alsoEdit

NotesEdit

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ INEGI, [1]
  2. ^ a b c d e f g h i j k l m n o p q r s t u v w x y z aa ab ac ad ae af "Crime rates per 100,000 ihnabitants 1997–2017" (PDF) (in Spanish). Executive Secretariat of the National System for Public Security. 20 January 2018. p. 3. Retrieved 7 October 2018.
  3. ^ a b c d e f g h i j k l m n o p q r s t u v w x y z aa ab ac ad ae af
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