This table contains data behind the story Dear Mona, Which State Has The Worst Drivers?

Variable Source
State N/A
Number of drivers involved in fatal collisions per billion miles National Highway Traffic Safety Administration, 2012
Percentage Of Drivers Involved In Fatal Collisions Who Were Speeding National Highway Traffic Safety Administration, 2009
Percentage Of Drivers Involved In Fatal Collisions Who Were Alcohol-Impaired National Highway Traffic Safety Administration, 2012
Percentage Of Drivers Involved In Fatal Collisions Who Were Not Distracted National Highway Traffic Safety Administration, 2012
Percentage Of Drivers Involved In Fatal Collisions Who Had Not Been Involved In Any Previous Accidents National Highway Traffic Safety Administration, 2012
Car Insurance Premiums ($) National Association of Insurance Commissioners, 2011
Losses incurred by insurance companies for collisions per insured driver ($) National Association of Insurance Commissioners, 2010

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51 rows sorted by Number of drivers involved in fatal collisions per billion miles

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Suggested facets: Percentage Of Drivers Involved In Fatal Collisions Who Were Speeding, Percentage Of Drivers Involved In Fatal Collisions Who Were Alcohol-Impaired, Percentage Of Drivers Involved In Fatal Collisions Who Were Not Distracted, Percentage Of Drivers Involved In Fatal Collisions Who Had Not Been Involved In Any Previous Accidents

Link rowid State Number of drivers involved in fatal collisions per billion miles ▼ Percentage Of Drivers Involved In Fatal Collisions Who Were Speeding Percentage Of Drivers Involved In Fatal Collisions Who Were Alcohol-Impaired Percentage Of Drivers Involved In Fatal Collisions Who Were Not Distracted Percentage Of Drivers Involved In Fatal Collisions Who Had Not Been Involved In Any Previous Accidents Car Insurance Premiums ($) Losses incurred by insurance companies for collisions per insured driver ($)
9 District of Columbia 5.9 34 27 100 100 1273.89 136.05
22 Massachusetts 8.2 23 35 87 80 1011.14 135.63
24 Minnesota 9.6 23 29 88 88 777.18 133.35
48 Washington 10.6 42 33 82 86 890.03 111.62
7 Connecticut 10.8 46 36 87 82 1068.73 167.02
40 Rhode Island 11.1 34 38 92 79 1148.99 148.58
31 New Jersey 11.2 16 28 86 78 1301.52 159.85
45 Utah 11.3 43 16 88 96 809.38 109.48
30 New Hampshire 11.6 35 30 87 83 746.54 120.21
5 California 12.0 35 28 91 89 878.41 165.63
33 New York 12.3 32 29 88 80 1234.31 150.01
21 Maryland 12.5 34 32 71 99 1048.78 192.7
47 Virginia 12.7 19 27 87 88 768.95 153.72
14 Illinois 12.8 36 34 94 96 803.11 139.15
38 Oregon 12.8 33 26 67 90 804.71 104.61
6 Colorado 13.6 37 28 79 95 835.5 139.91
46 Vermont 13.6 30 30 96 95 716.2 109.61
50 Wisconsin 13.8 36 33 39 84 670.31 106.62
23 Michigan 14.1 24 28 95 77 1110.61 152.26
36 Ohio 14.1 28 34 99 82 697.73 133.52
15 Indiana 14.5 25 29 95 95 710.46 108.92
29 Nevada 14.7 37 32 95 99 1029.87 138.71
28 Nebraska 14.9 13 35 93 90 732.28 114.82
20 Maine 15.1 38 30 87 84 661.88 96.57
13 Idaho 15.3 36 29 85 98 641.96 82.75
11 Georgia 15.6 19 25 95 93 913.15 142.8
16 Iowa 15.7 17 25 97 87 649.06 114.47
26 Missouri 16.1 43 34 92 84 790.32 144.45
8 Delaware 16.2 38 30 87 99 1137.87 151.48
34 North Carolina 16.8 39 31 94 81 708.24 127.82
51 Wyoming 17.4 42 32 81 90 791.14 122.04
12 Hawaii 17.5 54 41 82 87 861.18 120.92
25 Mississippi 17.6 15 31 10 100 896.07 155.77
17 Kansas 17.8 27 24 77 85 780.45 133.8
10 Florida 17.9 21 29 92 94 1160.13 144.18
2 Alaska 18.1 41 25 90 94 1053.48 133.93
39 Pennsylvania 18.2 50 31 96 88 905.99 153.86
32 New Mexico 18.4 19 27 67 98 869.85 120.75
3 Arizona 18.6 35 28 84 96 899.47 110.35
1 Alabama 18.8 39 30 96 80 784.55 145.08
42 South Dakota 19.4 31 33 98 86 669.31 96.87
44 Texas 19.4 40 38 91 87 1004.75 156.83
43 Tennessee 19.5 21 29 82 81 767.91 155.57
37 Oklahoma 19.9 32 29 92 94 881.51 178.86
19 Louisiana 20.5 35 33 73 98 1281.55 194.78
18 Kentucky 21.4 19 23 78 76 872.51 137.13
27 Montana 21.4 39 44 84 85 816.21 85.15
4 Arkansas 22.4 18 26 94 95 827.34 142.39
49 West Virginia 23.8 34 28 97 87 992.61 152.56
35 North Dakota 23.9 23 42 99 86 688.75 109.72
41 South Carolina 23.9 38 41 96 81 858.97 116.29

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CREATE TABLE "bad-drivers/bad-drivers" (
"State" TEXT,
  "Number of drivers involved in fatal collisions per billion miles" REAL,
  "Percentage Of Drivers Involved In Fatal Collisions Who Were Speeding" INTEGER,
  "Percentage Of Drivers Involved In Fatal Collisions Who Were Alcohol-Impaired" INTEGER,
  "Percentage Of Drivers Involved In Fatal Collisions Who Were Not Distracted" INTEGER,
  "Percentage Of Drivers Involved In Fatal Collisions Who Had Not Been Involved In Any Previous Accidents" INTEGER,
  "Car Insurance Premiums ($)" REAL,
  "Losses incurred by insurance companies for collisions per insured driver ($)" REAL
);