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Extremely Low-Income (Income Below 30% AMI), Severely Cost-Burdened (Cost Burden Above 50%) Households, 2015
Place Households Percent of All Households (%)Rank by Number of Households
Miami-Dade 140845 14.6 1
Broward 85175 11.5 2
Palm Beach 60306 10.4 3
Hillsborough 46804 8.9 4
Orange 43152 9.0 5
Duval 40430 10.8 6
Pinellas 34195 7.8 7
Leon 22522 18.9 8
Lee 19897 7.2 9
Brevard 18838 7.7 10
Volusia 18461 8.3 11
Alachua 18017 17.0 12
Polk 16388 6.6 13
Sarasota 15724 8.5 14
Pasco 14933 7.3 15
Seminole 11382 6.4 16
Escambia 11308 9.1 17
Manatee 10988 7.1 18
Collier 10987 7.5 19
St. Lucie 10390 8.9 20
Osceola 10191 9.2 21
Marion 8868 6.1 22
Lake 8528 6.4 23
St. Johns 6740 7.6 24
Hernando 6376 8.4 25
Okaloosa 5979 7.6 26
Charlotte 5671 7.2 27
Bay 5170 7.1 28
Indian River 4937 7.6 29
Clay 4849 6.4 30
Citrus 4050 6.2 31
Martin 3999 6.0 32
Monroe 3768 10.9 33
Santa Rosa 3448 5.4 34
Highlands 3196 7.2 35
Sumter 3144 5.7 36
Flagler 3101 7.3 37
Putnam 2960 10.1 38
Gadsden 2716 15.0 39
Walton 2329 9.0 40
Nassau 2170 6.9 41
Jackson 1808 9.7 42
Columbia 1736 6.7 43
Suwannee 1191 7.0 44
Okeechobee 1186 8.2 45
Levy 1170 7.1 46
DeSoto 997 8.6 47
Hendry 880 7.3 48
Washington 848 9.6 49
Wakulla 749 6.9 50
Bradford 689 7.0 51
Baker 678 7.6 52
Madison 662 9.3 53
Gilchrist 618 9.5 54
Taylor 617 8.2 55
Hardee 572 6.8 56
Jefferson 529 9.4 57
Holmes 493 6.6 58
Gulf 396 7.0 59
Hamilton 392 7.2 60
Calhoun 343 6.7 61
Dixie 329 5.0 62
Glades 321 6.9 63
Franklin 306 7.1 64
Union 278 6.5 65
Liberty 236 9.2 66
Lafayette 223 8.7 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.