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Information about each state collected from both the official US Censuswebsite and from various other sources.
- state - State name.
- abbr - State abbreviation (e.g. "MN").
- fips - FIPS code.
- pop2010 - Population in 2010.
- pop2000 - Population in 2000.
- homeownership - Homeownership rate.
- multiunit - Percent of living units that are in multi-unitstructures.
- income - Average income per capita.
- med_income - Median household income.
- poverty - Poverty rate.
- fed_spend - Federalspending per capita.
- land_area - Land area.
- smoke - Percent of population that smokes.
- murder - Murders per 100,000 people.
- robbery - Robberies per 100,000.
- agg_assault - Aggravated assaults per 100,000.
- larceny - Larcenies per 100,000.
- motor_theft - Vehicle theft per 100,000.
- soc_sec - Percent of individuals collecting social security.
- nuclear - Percent of power coming from nuclear sources.
- coal - Percent of power coming from coal sources.
- tr_deaths - Traffic deaths per 100,000.
- tr_deaths_no_alc - Traffic deaths per 100,000 where alcohol wasnot a factor.
- unempl - Unemployment rate (February 2012, preliminary).
Please note that we have not validated the Infochimps data. Theother data were collected directly from the corresponding websites.US Census website (pop2010, pop2000, homeownership,multiunits, income, med_income, poverty,fed_spend, land_area),http://quickfacts.census.gov/qfd/index.htmlInfochimps(murder,robbery, agg_assault, larcent, motor_theft,soc_sec,coal,nuclear),http://www.infochimps.com (see linked pages and correspondingdownloadable data sets for original source information)National Highway Traffic Safety Administration(tr_deaths,tr_deaths_no_alc), http://www-fars.nhtsa.dot.govBureau of Labor Statistics (unempl),http://www.bls.gov/web/laus/laumstrk.htm
Taken from: https://www.openintro.org/data/index.php?data=state_stats.