Guess Which Political Party Presides Over The Most Crime-Ridden Cities?

A website has been collecting crime data statistics for several years, and put together a list of the most crime-ridden cities. Guess which political party presides over the most violent?

You guessed it: Democrats.

Neighborhood Scout explains their methodology behind their research:

“Our research reveals the 100 most dangerous cities in America with 25,000 or more people, based on the number of violent crimes per 1,000 residents. Violent crimes include murder, rape, armed robbery, and aggravated assault. Data used for this research are 1) the number of violent crimes reported to the FBI to have occurred in each city, and 2) the population of each city.”

16 out of the 20 cities with the highest violent crime rates have Democratic mayors. Two are Republican, and the other two are Independents. It is notable that one of the Republican controlled cities, Atlantic City, had previously been managed by wave after wave of Democratic mayors.

Neighborhood Scout asserts that high violent crime rates are probably less about the size of the populations than it is the economic issues in the communities, which would make a strong case for Democratic policies being to blame for the high crime rates. Big government policies impoverishing communities would naturally lead to greater crime, as citizens resort to illegal activity when they are disallowed the freedom to trade in the marketplace. Higher minimum wage laws put people out of work, driving up unemployment, and giving incentives to people to break the law.

Here’s the list of the top most dangerous cities:

Rank City
100 Madera, CA
99 Orlando, FL
98 Pueblo, CO
97 Sumter, SC
96 Norristown, PA
95 Schenectady, NY
94 Council Bluffs, IA
93 Cincinnati, OH
92 Baton Rouge, LA
91 St. Petersburg, FL
90 Worcester, MA
89 Canton, OH
88 Bridgeport, CT
87 Chattanooga, TN
86 Lawton, OK
85 Poughkeepsie, NY
84 Lauderdale Lakes, FL
83 Desert Hot Springs, CA
82 Lima, OH
81 Carbondale, IL
80 Albany, GA
79 Lawrence, MA
78 Minneapolis, MN
77 Texarkana, AR
76 Miami Beach, FL
75 Rochester, NY
74 San Bernardino, CA
73 Anderson, SC
72 Riviera Beach, FL
71 Holyoke, MA
70 Springfield, IL
69 Nashville, TN
68 Houston, TX
67 Richmond, CA
66 Oklahoma City, OK
65 Lansing, MI
64 Jackson, MS
63 Fall River, MA
62 Beaumont, TX
61 Weslaco, TX
60 Paterson, NJ
59 Monroe, LA
58 Odessa, TX
57 Springfield, MA
56 New London, CT
55 New Bedford, MA
54 Philadelphia, PA
53 Rocky Mount, NC
52 Fort Myers, FL
51 Salisbury, MD
50 Jackson, MI
49 Gary, IN
48 Springfield, MO
47 Gadsden, AL
46 Miami, FL
45 Hartford, CT
44 Niagara Falls, NY
43 East Palo Alto, CA
42 East Point, GA
41 Brockton, MA
40 Stockton, CA
39 Indianapolis, IN
38 Chelsea, MA
37 Kansas City, MO
36 New Haven, CT
35 Tulsa, OK
34 Lake Worth, FL
33 Daytona Beach, FL
32 Compton, CA
31 Buffalo, NY
30 Newark, NJ
29 Washington, DC
28 Atlanta, GA
27 Trenton, NJ
26 Birmingham, AL
25 Bridgeton, NJ
24 Jackson, TN
23 Milwaukee, WI
22 Fort Pierce, FL
21 Spartanburg, SC
20 Rockford, IL
19 Little Rock, AR
18 Baltimore, MD
17 Homestead, FL
16 Cleveland, OH
15 Newburgh, NY
14 St. Louis, MO
13 Harvey, IL
12 Myrtle Beach, SC
11 Alexandria, LA
10 Memphis, TN
9 Wilmington, DE
8 Atlantic City, NJ
7 Flint, MI
6 Bessemer, AL
5 Oakland, CA
4 Saginaw, MI
3 Detroit, MI
2 Chester, PA
1 Camden, NJ

 

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  • offsetred
    February 27, 2017, 10:06 am

    Uh . . . have you looked at political maps? Cities are democratic strongholds. Who else is going to be elected to run them? This is ridiculous; like blaming hydrogen for the sun’s heat. . . . Detail with statistical analysls and large amounts of peer reviewed literature the ways in which a large (top 40 in size) republican-lead city has changed crime through policy. Then you’ll have something to listen to.

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  • offsetred
    February 27, 2017, 3:06 pm

    Uh . . . have you looked at political maps? Cities are democratic strongholds. Who else is going to be elected to run them? This is ridiculous; like blaming hydrogen for the sun’s heat. . . . Detail with statistical analysls and large amounts of peer reviewed literature the ways in which a large (top 40 in size) republican-lead city has changed crime through policy. Then you’ll have something to listen to.

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  • Faithkills@offsetred
    June 5, 2017, 4:50 pm

    Right. The sun runs on hydrogen and metropolitan political machines run on democrats. Most of these cities have end runs around the second amendment and some form of gun control. I live in a large city run by democrats who are perpetually engaged in looting the taxpayer and virtue signaling. One gets sent to the big house and a new one moves in. The democrat electorate keeps electing crooks. Maybe there’s a reason. Not saying the GoP are good guys either. But if you’re living in a murder capital, your mayor and city council are democrats. They say the patriarchy is to blame, and if only democrats ran things poor people would be safe and schools in poor neighborhoods would be good. Instead when democrats do get control, and they universally do in these cities, isolated rich white neighborhoods are gated and have great schools, and the poor are worse off than in rural areas.

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  • Seanie G@Faithkills
    October 8, 2017, 5:19 pm

    You must live in Philadelphia like me – or, please say no, there are more cities like this…..

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