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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 137683 14.6 1
Broward 83661 11.5 2
Palm Beach 59655 10.4 3
Hillsborough 45855 8.9 4
Orange 42189 9.0 5
Duval 39627 10.8 6
Pinellas 33760 7.8 7
Leon 22322 19.0 8
Lee 19416 7.2 9
Brevard 18584 7.7 10
Volusia 18231 8.4 11
Alachua 17827 16.9 12
Polk 16006 6.6 13
Sarasota 15434 8.5 14
Pasco 14673 7.3 15
Seminole 11235 6.4 16
Escambia 11207 9.2 17
Collier 10777 7.5 18
Manatee 10743 7.2 19
St. Lucie 10212 9.0 20
Osceola 9701 9.2 21
Marion 8744 6.1 22
Lake 8295 6.4 23
St. Johns 6556 7.6 24
Hernando 6267 8.4 25
Okaloosa 5956 7.6 26
Charlotte 5561 7.2 27
Bay 5078 7.1 28
Indian River 4835 7.6 29
Clay 4738 6.4 30
Citrus 4005 6.2 31
Martin 3969 6.0 32
Monroe 3682 10.9 33
Santa Rosa 3339 5.4 34
Highlands 3164 7.2 35
Sumter 3053 5.7 36
Flagler 3045 7.3 37
Putnam 2946 10.1 38
Gadsden 2705 15.0 39
Walton 2254 9.1 40
Nassau 2133 6.9 41
Jackson 1812 9.7 42
Columbia 1724 6.7 43
Suwannee 1193 7.0 44
Levy 1165 7.1 45
Okeechobee 1157 8.2 46
DeSoto 985 8.6 47
Hendry 869 7.3 48
Washington 853 9.7 49
Wakulla 741 6.9 50
Bradford 686 7.1 51
Baker 675 7.5 52
Madison 660 9.3 53
Taylor 628 8.3 54
Gilchrist 617 9.6 55
Hardee 571 6.8 56
Jefferson 533 9.5 57
Holmes 488 6.6 58
Hamilton 393 7.3 59
Gulf 385 7.0 60
Calhoun 343 6.7 61
Dixie 324 5.0 62
Glades 316 6.9 63
Franklin 307 7.1 64
Union 275 6.5 65
Liberty 231 9.1 66
Lafayette 225 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.