Iowa is the sixth-safest state in the nation, according to an analysis done by real estate blog Movoto. Iowa had the second-lowest murder rate at less than two per 100,000 people, and the total crime rate and property crime rate were the ninth-lowest. The state's violent crime rate was No. 16 in the country. Iowa shares the top 10 with New Hampshire, Idaho, Vermont, North Dakota, Maine, South Dakota (which was tied with Iowa at No. 6), Wyoming, Minnesota and Virginia. The most unsafe state: South Carolina. To see the full list, click here.