Yes, that is correct. The problem is not that you didn't get to the right conclusion on gun homicides being more common in urban areas, but that you completely screwed up a lot of the reasoning on how to assess safety.To go back to the report it's Gun deaths not gun injuries. That's why I brought up being hit but not the target.
For a single small unit and single year, yes. But responsible statisticians are not going to make that kind of rookie error.Yet comparatively to small midwestern towns to thriving metropolis cities the different is close to the same for number of people.