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Households With Cost Burden Above 30% and Income Below 50% AMI - Renter Only, 2015
Place Households Percent of All Renter Households (%)Rank by Number of Households
Miami-Dade 177093 42.7 1
Broward 84778 35.5 2
Hillsborough 60013 30.1 3
Orange 58346 30.0 4
Palm Beach 56485 34.8 5
Duval 48746 35.3 6
Pinellas 36364 26.3 7
Leon 26686 50.4 8
Alachua 21817 46.0 9
Lee 21502 27.5 10
Brevard 19891 31.6 11
Volusia 19340 32.3 12
Polk 19000 27.0 13
Escambia 14066 33.4 14
Pasco 13924 30.7 15
Manatee 13843 33.1 16
Seminole 13451 23.2 17
Sarasota 12961 29.0 18
Osceola 11387 31.1 19
Collier 11151 28.4 20
Marion 9585 28.9 21
St. Lucie 9530 33.3 22
Lake 9422 31.0 23
Okaloosa 7939 29.5 24
Bay 6616 25.7 25
St. Johns 6024 30.8 26
Indian River 5914 37.7 27
Hernando 5402 37.9 28
Clay 4638 27.3 29
Martin 4359 29.1 30
Monroe 4341 30.7 31
Charlotte 4329 28.2 32
Citrus 3582 32.2 33
Highlands 3217 31.7 34
Santa Rosa 2922 20.4 35
Flagler 2876 30.0 36
Putnam 2567 37.1 37
Gadsden 2500 53.7 38
Columbia 1930 28.7 39
Nassau 1925 29.3 40
Walton 1843 27.5 41
Jackson 1820 36.9 42
Sumter 1341 26.5 43
Suwannee 1223 29.0 44
Hendry 1103 31.0 45
Okeechobee 1082 28.4 46
Levy 985 31.3 47
DeSoto 950 30.0 48
Hardee 829 32.9 49
Wakulla 780 38.8 50
Bradford 778 34.4 51
Baker 720 36.7 52
Washington 607 32.0 53
Madison 588 32.6 54
Holmes 549 34.1 55
Taylor 507 30.9 56
Jefferson 481 38.6 57
Calhoun 420 36.6 58
Hamilton 390 29.6 59
Gulf 363 27.2 60
Glades 343 34.9 61
Franklin 342 31.8 62
Gilchrist 328 32.5 63
Union 234 19.4 64
Dixie 185 16.8 65
Lafayette 175 28.8 66
Liberty 116 19.3 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.