per capita rate

per capita rate

A rate proportional to the number of persons in a population
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Today most Swiss chocolate is consumed by the Swiss themselves and Switzerland has the highest per capita rate of chocolate consumption worldwide (11.
Health continues to be a priority and our focus on reducing the elective surgery waiting list was recognised by the Australian Institute of Health and Welfare in its latest report which revealed Tasmania has the highest per capita rate of elective surgery of any state or territory in 2016-17.
is continuing to emit greenhouse gases at a much higher per capita rate than other large emitters, such as China and India.
We then discuss our empirical evidence on declines in housing market prices and their relation to (1) the per capita rate of arson, (2) the total number of fires, (3) the probability of fires determined to occur by investigators due to either arson or misuse, and (4) state laws that govern the ability of mortgage lenders to sue borrowers after foreclosure.
Chicago may be getting all the headlines about the murder rate with more than 500 already this year, but the per capita rate pales to that of San Bernardino, California.
Until 2012, Canada did, in fact, consume licensed goods at a higher per capita rate than its neighbor to the south.
4 percent from the previous year's per capita rate.
It also has the highest per capita rate of asylum seekers in Europe.
Still another option is to calculate an average per capita rate and then multiply it by the number of people residing in a property.
Treatment for heroin or painkiller abuse rose from 399 people in 2000 to 3,479 in 2012, a per capita rate now second in the nation.
LOUISVILLE There would be no increase in the per capita rate for the Presbyterian Church in 2015 and 2016.
States with the highest per capita rate of tweets were Utah, North Dakota and Nevada.