:|
:|
:|
:|
 
spacer
Households With Cost Burden Above 30% and Income Below 50% AMI - All Households, 2015
Place Households Percent of All Households (%)Rank by Percent of All Households
Miami-Dade 275898 29.3 1
Alachua 29029 27.6 2
Leon 32460 27.6 3
Gadsden 4496 25.0 4
Broward 169948 23.4 5
Jefferson 1272 22.6 6
Monroe 7514 22.3 7
Palm Beach 125368 21.8 8
Duval 78137 21.4 9
Lafayette 548 21.3 10
Osceola 20839 19.7 11
Okeechobee 2774 19.6 12
Jackson 3572 19.2 13
Putnam 5607 19.2 14
Escambia 23303 19.1 15
Indian River 11974 18.9 16
Hendry 2238 18.8 17
Orange 86540 18.5 18
Sarasota 33517 18.4 19
DeSoto 2082 18.2 20
Holmes 1348 18.1 21
St. Lucie 20376 17.9 22
Hardee 1495 17.9 23
Bradford 1723 17.7 24
Hillsborough 91617 17.7 25
Volusia 37595 17.3 26
Taylor 1305 17.2 27
Walton 4240 17.0 28
Hernando 12638 17.0 29
Manatee 25390 16.9 30
Liberty 429 16.8 31
Calhoun 851 16.7 32
Gilchrist 1075 16.7 33
Madison 1178 16.6 34
Brevard 40004 16.6 35
Collier 23571 16.4 36
Pinellas 71192 16.4 37
Pasco 32647 16.3 38
Okaloosa 12759 16.3 39
Lee 42602 15.9 40
Franklin 692 15.9 41
Bay 11175 15.7 42
Flagler 6526 15.6 43
Columbia 3964 15.5 44
Highlands 6781 15.5 45
Baker 1391 15.5 46
Levy 2511 15.3 47
Lake 19902 15.3 48
Charlotte 11767 15.2 49
Gulf 822 14.9 50
Washington 1305 14.8 51
Suwannee 2528 14.8 52
Polk 35792 14.7 53
Marion 21002 14.6 54
Nassau 4425 14.3 55
St. Johns 12235 14.3 56
Citrus 9104 14.2 57
Clay 10329 14.0 58
Wakulla 1500 14.0 59
Hamilton 754 13.9 60
Martin 9075 13.7 61
Glades 623 13.6 62
Seminole 23099 13.1 63
Union 507 11.9 64
Sumter 6275 11.7 65
Santa Rosa 6998 11.3 66
Dixie 714 11.1 67
Notes:  (*) Includes off-campus student households
Click here to get household projections by tenure, age of householder, income, and cost burden.
Sources:  Estimates and projections by Shimberg Center for Housing Studies, based on 2010 U.S. Census data and population projections by the Bureau of Economic and Business Research, University of Florida.