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Households With Cost Burden Above 30% and Income Below 50% AMI - Elderly-Headed Only, 2016
Place Households Percent of All Elderly Households (%)Rank by Number of Households
Miami-Dade 95129 25.3 1
Broward 59348 19.8 2
Palm Beach 37566 17.9 3
Orange 28349 16.2 4
Hillsborough 27943 14.3 5
Duval 26970 19.4 6
Pinellas 22015 13.0 7
Lee 14735 15.5 8
Brevard 14466 14.8 9
Volusia 13726 16.3 10
Polk 12433 13.9 11
Pasco 12100 16.5 12
Sarasota 12039 19.4 13
Manatee 8639 15.8 14
Escambia 8393 18.5 15
Collier 7689 15.5 16
Marion 7440 14.9 17
St. Lucie 7395 17.2 18
Seminole 7364 10.5 19
Lake 6905 14.6 20
Osceola 6834 15.2 21
Leon 5343 14.4 22
Alachua 4943 15.5 23
St. Johns 4661 13.0 24
Charlotte 4603 17.2 25
Hernando 4232 16.1 26
Clay 4229 13.6 27
Indian River 4092 18.1 28
Bay 4012 14.6 29
Okaloosa 3926 13.4 30
Citrus 3409 14.9 31
Monroe 2989 20.9 32
Martin 2963 12.0 33
Highlands 2419 17.5 34
Putnam 2208 19.4 35
Flagler 2145 14.7 36
Santa Rosa 2119 8.1 37
Walton 1876 18.3 38
Nassau 1688 13.4 39
Gadsden 1654 22.3 40
Columbia 1543 15.2 41
Sumter 1479 11.9 42
Jackson 1148 16.4 43
Levy 1116 16.9 44
Okeechobee 1082 20.6 45
Suwannee 842 13.4 46
DeSoto 780 19.2 47
Hendry 743 16.5 48
Bradford 678 18.2 49
Taylor 620 20.0 50
Wakulla 589 13.1 51
Washington 549 15.7 52
Hardee 531 17.4 53
Jefferson 508 20.8 54
Baker 488 13.5 55
Gilchrist 471 17.7 56
Holmes 468 16.3 57
Madison 424 15.4 58
Dixie 354 13.2 59
Gulf 333 14.5 60
Calhoun 304 15.4 61
Hamilton 291 13.5 62
Franklin 255 14.8 63
Glades 221 13.6 64
Union 209 12.2 65
Lafayette 197 20.6 66
Liberty 165 15.8 67
Notes:  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.