So after reading some data about gun deaths in America... It appears that ten out 100000 Americans die from gun shots, of those ten... 2 and intentional murders, .30 are unintentional, 6 are suicides, and the other few undetermined... As opposed to in Canada were out of the same number of people there are 2 gun related deaths, one being intentional, and one being suicide generally speaking. So if you leave out the statistic about suicide and only focus on gun related deaths it looks horrible for America, but given the suicide rate... Turns out canada is basically marginally safe by those numbers... But apparently Americans just hate their lives more. Now I'm sure if you pull the numbers from Detroit, it looks like a war zone, if you pull Senoia ga where I live it seems really safe.. But that's how averages work.
And I realize this leaves out robberies and rapes and all that goodness... But just talking gun related deaths.... I haven't had coffee and far to lazy to continue looking up stats