New Hampshiree 0 0 174 0 0
New Jersey 20 0 3,313 0.006 0
New Mexico 5 0 1,450 0.0034 0
New York 5 0 15,227 0.0003 0
North Carolina 237 11 6,123 0.0387 0.0018
Ohio 127 1 5,337 0.0238 0.0002
Oklahoma 109 19 2,226 0.049 0.0085
Oregon 32 2 1,129 0.0283 0.0018
Pennsylvania 151 3 6,410 0.0236 0.0005
South Carolina 63 21 3,007 0.021 0.007
South Dakota 4 0 110 0.0364 0
Tennessee 57 0 4,492 0.0127 0
Texas 343 162 16,120 0.0213 0.01
Utah 5 3 518 0.0097 0.0058
Virginia 62 63 4,562 0.0136 0.0138
Washington 18 3 2,203 0.0082 0.0014
Wyoming 1 1 141 0.0071 0.0071

NOTE: Table includes only states with the legal authority for use of the death penalty for some part of this period.

aAlabama data include only 1990-1998 because homicide rates were not available for 1999.

bFlorida data include only 1990 and 1992-1996 because homicide rates were not available for 1991 and 1997-1999.

cKansas data include only 1991-1992 because homicide rates were not available for 1993-1999.

dMontana data include only 1991, 1992, and 1995 because homicide rates were not available for 1993 and 1994.

eNew Hampshire data include only 1990-1996 and 1998-1999 because homicide rates were not available for 1997.

SOURCES: Data on executions from Espy and Smykla (2004), data on death sentences from Death Penalty Information Center (2010a), data on homicides from Bureau of Justice Statistics (2009).



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