2. Where you’re most likely to be murdered: Washington, D.C.
There were 17.5 murders for every 100,000 people in Washington, D.C., in 2011.
3. Where you’re most likely to die in a car accident: Wyoming
There were 27.48 traffic fatalities for every 100,000 people in Wyoming in 2011.
4. Where you’re most likely to die from cancer: West Virginia
There were 208.2 deaths from cancer for every 100,000 people in West Virginia in 2009.
5. Where you’re most likely to have all your teeth extracted: West Virginia
In West Virginia, 42.8% of all adults 65 and older have had all their teeth extracted.
6. Where you’re most likely to be unemployed: Nevada
In Nevada, 9.6% of residents are unemployed.
7. Where you’re most likely to be incarcerated: Louisiana
There were 853 people incarcerated for every 100,000 people in Louisiana in 2008.
You can find out where your state ranks here.
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