per capita rate

per capita rate

A rate proportional to the number of persons in a population
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As of 2017,747,642 people lived in Monroe County, which would put the per capita rate of breweries at just under 3.5 breweries per 100,000 residents.
The North East has the highest per capita rate of brain tumours diagnosed in England at 19 cases per 100,000 population in 2014 - 2.3 more cases than the national average.
They hope to raise awareness of the disease, including the fact that the region has the highest per capita rate of brain tumours diagnosed in England at 19 cases per 100,000 population in 2014 - 2.3 more cases than the national average.
They hope to raise awareness of this devastating disease, including the fact that the North East has the highest per capita rate of brain tumours diagnosed in England at 19 cases per 100,000 population in 2014 -- 2.3 more cases than the national average.
Today most Swiss chocolate is consumed by the Swiss themselves and Switzerland has the highest per capita rate of chocolate consumption worldwide (11.6 kg (25.6 lbs.) per capita per annum).
It also imparted to the city the ignominious distinction of having the highest per capita rate of violent crime in the state, for cities with population above 30,000.
is continuing to emit greenhouse gases at a much higher per capita rate than other large emitters, such as China and India.
Our findings show that the per capita rate (100,000 inhabitants) for dispensing drugs is very low when compared to the high prevalence of dental anxiety or dental phobia among adults, adolescents, and children.
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.