Wisconsin is the 30th state of the United States, admitted into the union in the year. It is the 25th largest of all the 50 states in terms of area, and the 20th largest in terms of population. Its violent crime rate of 293 per 100,000 people is considerably lower than the national average, and on the lower side in the mountain zone. Milwaukee - the largest city of the state is arguably the most dangerous, and at a crime rate of 678 incidents per 100,000 persons - which is much higher than the national rate. Aggravated assaults are arguably the most common crime in the state, followed by robberies, other assaults, and homicides.