Figure 1: Statistical Summary Graph
The data used in this brief visual analysis of the estimated top 30 countries with the largest number of civilian-owned firearms per 100 people was sourced from Vegan Peace. Look at the visual analysis either from the relationships between population size as of 2015, the estimated # firearms per 100 people or the estimated # civilian-owned firearms. Either way, we have to address the issue of firearms possession in America and the world at large. Click the each Treemap to view the image, stats and legend. At the rate of 89:100, pretty soon we in the US will have a rate of 1:1.
Figure 2: Country Sized by Estimated # Firearms Per 100 People Colored by Estimated # Civilian-owned Firearms (in Millions)
Figure 3: Country Sized by Estimated # Firearms Per 100 People Colored by Estimated # Firearms per 100 People
Figure 4: Country Sized by Estimated # Firearms Per 100 People Colored by Estimated Population in 2015 (in Millions)
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