As the supply of lethal drugs continues to erode - along with public support for the death penalty - the number of inmates executed in the United States is falling.
People executed in U.S. in 2013 (a 19-year low)
States responsible for 59 percent of executions (Texas had 16, Florida, 7)
States without death penalty (the count has risen each year since 2008)
California inmates executed since 2006
Inmates, as of January 2014, on California's death row (largest in U.S., followed by Florida's with 401)
Sources: California Department of Corrections and Rehabilitation; Florida Department of Corrections; Death Penalty Information Center 2013 report.