Crime Across America

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Trulia's Crime Maps is a new social crime mapping technology that allows people to view, explore, compare, interact and comment on crime data across the US. This slideshow illustrates some of the crime stats that we've unearth in building this new product. To learn more, go to www.trulia.com/crime/

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Crime Across America

  1. 1. Crime Across America<br />June 2011<br />
  2. 2. National Trends<br />*The percentage of Americans who believed recovery would happen in 2010 during the November 2010 survey were bundled into the “Already Recovered” category in order to do a year-over-year comparison with the April 2011 survey.<br />
  3. 3. San Francisco<br />*The percentage of Americans who believed recovery would happen in 2010 during the November 2010 survey were bundled into the “Already Recovered” category in order to do a year-over-year comparison with the April 2011 survey.<br />
  4. 4. Los Angeles<br />*The percentage of Americans who believed recovery would happen in 2010 during the November 2010 survey were bundled into the “Already Recovered” category in order to do a year-over-year comparison with the April 2011 survey.<br />
  5. 5. Chicago<br />*The percentage of Americans who believed recovery would happen in 2010 during the November 2010 survey were bundled into the “Already Recovered” category in order to do a year-over-year comparison with the April 2011 survey.<br />
  6. 6. Philadelphia<br />*The percentage of Americans who believed recovery would happen in 2010 during the November 2010 survey were bundled into the “Already Recovered” category in order to do a year-over-year comparison with the April 2011 survey.<br />
  7. 7. Dallas<br />*The percentage of Americans who believed recovery would happen in 2010 during the November 2010 survey were bundled into the “Already Recovered” category in order to do a year-over-year comparison with the April 2011 survey.<br />

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