The rate of traffic deaths at night is?
The rate of traffic deaths at night is higher than the one during the day.
Traffic crashes by far. Most recent stats I could find showed about 29,500 total firearm deaths in the US (not just handguns, all firearms). Traffic crashes accounted for about 42,500 deaths. If you're talking about accidental deaths (that is, many of the 29,500 firearm deaths are intentional), traffic accidents are much, much more likely to cause a death than an accidental firearm death.
The number of deaths total was 3244. The number of alcohol related deaths was 1041. Divide 1041 by 3244 and you're left with around .32. Convert the decimal into a fraction and then you're left with 32%. The percentage of traffic fatalities that were alcohol-related is 32% when compared to the total amount of traffic related deaths in florida in 2008.
# The crude death rate, the total number of deaths per 1000 people. The crude death rate for the whole world is currently about 9.6 per 1000 per year (based on 62 million deaths in 2006, for a population of 6470 million). # The perinatal mortality rate, the sum of neonatal deaths and fetal deaths (stillbirths) per 1,000 births. # The maternal mortality rate, the number of maternal deaths due to childbearing per 100,000 live…
Mexico has a death rate of 4.86 deaths by 1,000 people. The United Kingdom has a death rate of 9.33 deaths by 1,000 people. The UK has a higher death rate due to an aging population (most of these deaths are due to natural causes) which has a median age of 40 years. Mexico has a younger population with a median age of 27.1 years.