Study: Dem-Run Chicago 3X More Dangerous Than Afghan Combat Zone, And It Gets Worse


A new study has found that some of America’s largest cities are more dangerous for young males than a war zone like Iraq or Afghanistan.

The study, conducted by the JAMA Network, included the cities of Chicago, Philadelphia, Los Angeles and New York City.

According to the Post Millennial, it looked at 129,826 young adults in these cities from 2020 to 2021.

The researchers, who hailed from Brown University and the University of Pennsylvania, came to a rather sobering conclusion.

“Zip codes with the most violence in Chicago and Philadelphia had a notably higher risk of firearm-related death than US military personnel who served during the wars in Afghanistan and Iraq,” the study revealed.


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The “risks were overwhelmingly borne by young adult males from minoritized racial and ethnic groups.”

Young minority men living in Chicago and Philadelphia were at the greatest risk, while New York and Los Angeles “were associated with less risk for young adult males than these theaters of war.”

Brandon del Pozo, one of the researchers behind the project, went into more detail on the findings late last week on Twitter.

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He explained that in the worst zip code in Philadelphia, “military aged males living in the city’s top 10% most violent zip codes also faced a risk of fatal firearm violence the same or greater than the risks faced by soldiers deployed to Iraq and Afghanistan; in some places, the death risk was almost double that of war.”

In Chicago, applying the same criteria found that “Chicago’s most dangerous zip code faced a risk of firearm-related death over…


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