What are the multiple correlations of three sets of predictors and overall state of health? The first set of predictors contains demographic variables (age and years of education). The second….
What conclusions might you draw from these data?
According to the Death Penalty Information Center, death penalty states record higher murder rates than non-deathpenalty states. On January 1, 2014, the average murder rate among death penalty states was 4.7 per 100,000 population; for non-death-penalty states, the rate was 3.9. The South executes the largest percentage of offenders who are convicted of a capital crime (81 percent) and records the highest murder rate (5.5 murders per 100,000 people); the Northeast executes the fewest (0.2 percent) and records the lowest murder rate, 3.3. What conclusions might you draw from these data? How might we prevent geographical unfairness?