In Case You Were Wondering Why So Many People Get Shot To Death In America…

Barry Ritholtz of the Big Picture posted the following chart, which measures a group of countries on guns-per-capita and homicides-by-guns.

The vertical axis is guns per 100 people.

The horizontal axis is homicides-by-guns per 100,000 people.

That light green dot in the upper right corner is the United States.


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No, correlation isn’t necessarily causation, but…

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