What do the following states have on their list of most gun-related deaths?

Alaska, Hawaii, Oregon, Vermont, Washington, Montana, Maine, New Hampshire, Vermont and New Mexico.

California and Massachusetts have the most gun deaths per capita.

State Gun Deaths per 100,000 Population Year Gun Deaths Per 100,00 Population Alaska 2007 4.5 4.1 4.4 Oregon 2007 4 3.6 4.2 Vermont 2007 2.7 3.8 3.9 Washington 2007 3.1 3.3 3.4 New Hampshire 2007 3 2.9 3.5 Washington 2004 3.2 3.7 4.0 Vermont 2004 2.3 2.8 2.5 Oregon 2004 3 2 2.4 Maine 2004 2 2 2 Massachusetts 2004 2 1.9 2.6 Montana 2004 2 0.9 1.8 Washington 2004 1.4 1.2 1.7 Vermont 2004 1 1.3 1.1 New Hampshire 2004 1 0.5 1.0 Maine 2004 0.8 0.6 0.7 Washington 2004 0 0.4 0.1 Montana 2004 0 -0.1 0.0 Oregon 2004 -0 -0,0.2 -0 Washington 2004 -1 -1,0 0.2 Alaska 2003 -0 0,0 -2.5 Hawaii 2003 -1 0,1 -2 Vermont 2003 -2 0,2 -2 New Hampshire 2003 -3 0,3 -3 Washington 2003 -4 0,4 -4 Oregon 2003 -5 0,5 -5 New Hampshire 2001 -6 0,6 -6 California 2002 -7 0,7 -7 Washington 2002 -8 0,8 -8 Vermont 2002 -9 0,9 -9 New Hampshire 2002 -10 0,10 -10 Washington 2003 1 0,11 -11 Alaska 2003 0 0,12 -13 Hawaii 2003 0 -1 1 Washington 2003 0 1 1 Massachusetts 2003 1 1 1 California 2003 1 -1 3 Washington 2003 3 3 3 Oregon 2003 3 1 2 Vermont 2003 2 1 2 Maine 2003 2 0 1 Washington 2004 2 -1 2 New Hampshire 2005 3 -2 1 Vermont 2005 2 0 2 Montana 2005 2 -2 2 New York 2005 2 1 1 New Jersey 2006 3 0 0 Vermont 2006 2 0 0 Washington 2007 2 -3 1 New Hampshire 2008 2 -4 1 New Mexico 2008 2 0 3 New Hampshire 2009 2 -5 1 Vermont 2009 2 0 4 Washington 2010 1 0 4 California 2011 0 0 4 New York 2012 0 0 5 Massachusetts 2013 0 0 6 Washington 2014 0 0 7 Maine 2014 0 -4 3 Washington 2015 0 0 9 Washington 2016 0 0 10 Alaska 2016 0 1 10 Washington 2017 0 1 9 Alaska 2018 0 1 11 Hawaii 2018 0 -3 -1 Washington 2019 0 1 13 New Hampshire 2019 0 -2 -1 Maine 2020 0 -7 -1 New Mexico 2021 0 -6 -1 Montana 2021 0 1 12 Washington 2022 0 1 14 Oregon 2022 0 -5 -1 Alaska 2017 0 0 14 New Hampshire 2017 0 -8 -1 Vermont 2018 0 0 15 Washington 2019 1 0 15 Vermont 2020 1 -3 15 Massachusetts 2021 1 -2 16 Oregon 2022 1 0 17 Washington 2019 2 0 17 Maine 2020 2 0 18 Washington 2019 3 0 18 Vermont 2020 3 0 19 New Hampshire 2020 3 -1 20 Washington 2020 4 0 20 Oregon 2021 4 0 21 Washington 2020 5 0 21 New Hampshire 2021 5 0 22 Washington 2021 6 0 22 Vermont 2021 6 -1 22 Washington 2020 7 0 22 Maine 2021 7 -2 22 Washington 2022 7 -3 22 Washington 2024 8 0 23 Washington 2024 9 0 23 Maine 2021 9 -3 23 Washington 2022 9 -4 23 Washington 2025 9 0 24 Washington 2025 10 0 24 Massachusetts 2022 10 -5 24 Washington 2021 10 -6 24 New Hampshire 2022 10 0 25 Oregon 2022 10 1 25 Washington 2020 11 0 25 Vermont 2020 11 -1 25 Washington 2021 11 -2 25 Washington 2022 12 0 25 Washington 2024 12 0 26 Washington 2024 13 0 26 Massachusetts 2021 13 -2 26 Washington 2021 13 1 26 New Hampshire 2024 13 -3 26 Washington 2019 14 0 26 Vermont 2019 14 -1 26 Washington 2020 14 1 26 Maine 2021 14 -2 27 Washington 2019 15 0 27 Vermont 2020 15 -2 28 Washington 2020 15 1 28 Massachusetts 2020 15 2 28 Washington 2021 16 0 28 Washington 2022 16 0 29 Washington 2019 17 0 29 Vermont 2020 17 1 29 Washington 2020 18 0 29 Maine 2020 18 -1 29 Washington 2021 18 0 30 Washington 2020 19 0 30 New Hampshire 20 0 30 Idaho 2020 20 0 32 Washington 2020 20 1 32 Massachusetts 2021 20 1 33 Washington 2021 20 2 33 New Hampshire 2018 20 1 34 Washington 2020 21 0 34 Maine 2021 21 1 35 Washington 2020 22 0 35 Vermont 2020 22 1 36 Washington 2020 23 0 36 Washington 2021 23 2 36 Washington 2024 23 2 37 Washington 2024 24 0 37 Washington 2020 24 2 38 Washington 2021 24 3 38 New Hampshire 2030 24 4 38 Washington 2020 25 0 38 Idaho 2020 25 1 38 Washington 2030 25 1 39 Washington 2020 26 0