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Housing Units 1970-1979
Place Number of Units Percent of All Units (%)Rank by Number of Units
Gulf County 996 10.9 1
Gilchrist County 962 13.3 2
Calhoun County 926 15.6 3
St. Johns County 9155 9.9 4
Jefferson County 914 13.8 5
Hamilton County 897 15.6 6
Hillsborough County 83441 15.3 7
Santa Rosa County 8214 12.4 8
Putnam County 7215 19.5 9
Union County 714 15.9 10
Orange County 64615 13.0 11
Lee County 59036 15.8 12
Pasco County 55639 24.1 13
Duval County 54291 13.9 14
Sarasota County 52195 22.8 15
Nassau County 4843 13.7 16
Volusia County 47061 18.5 17
Walton County 4490 9.7 18
Polk County 44669 15.9 19
Lafayette County 437 13.0 20
Flagler County 4334 8.8 21
Columbia County 4158 14.6 22
Okeechobee County 4098 22.4 23
Brevard County 38798 14.3 24
Seminole County 37364 20.4 25
Jackson County 3690 17.6 26
Manatee County 36277 20.7 27
Sumter County 3608 6.2 28
Levy County 3576 17.9 29
Liberty County 324 9.8 30
Hendry County 3202 22.2 31
Suwannee County 3016 15.9 32
DeSoto County 2805 19.1 33
Collier County 25876 12.9 34
Escambia County 25548 18.5 35
Bradford County 2423 22.1 36
Marion County 23787 14.5 37
Gadsden County 2265 11.6 38
Broward County 218723 26.9 39
Leon County 21638 17.3 40
Alachua County 21103 18.6 41
Baker County 2023 21.0 42
Miami-Dade County 192542 19.4 43
Martin County 18959 24.1 44
Washington County 1883 17.5 45
Lake County 18624 12.8 46
St. Lucie County 18567 13.6 47
Taylor County 1850 16.9 48
Hardee County 1771 18.3 49
Holmes County 1767 20.5 50
Charlotte County 15888 15.7 51
Wakulla County 1550 12.1 52
Okaloosa County 14475 15.5 53
Madison County 1440 17.0 54
Pinellas County 143975 28.6 55
Citrus County 14250 18.3 56
Bay County 13967 14.0 57
Palm Beach County 134345 20.1 58
Dixie County 1328 14.4 59
Hernando County 12564 14.9 60
Glades County 1256 18.2 61
Indian River County 12308 16.0 62
Monroe County 11424 21.6 63
Highlands County 11372 20.6 64
Clay County 10870 14.2 65
Osceola County 10865 8.3 66
Franklin County 1056 12.3 67
Notes:  American Community Survey is based on a sample of households and therefore involves a margin of error. To find the margin of error for this and other ACS-based tables, see the General Unit Characteristics tool. A "-" indicates that the value in the ACS is not statistically significant from zero.
Sources:  U.S. Census Bureau, 2010-2014 American Community Survey 5-Year Summary File