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Housing Units 1970-1979
Place Number of Units Percent of All Units (%)Rank by Number of Units
Jefferson County 962 14.6 1
St. Johns County 9045 9.5 2
Hamilton County 852 14.9 3
Santa Rosa County 8413 12.6 4
Calhoun County 830 14.0 5
Hillsborough County 82269 15.0 6
Putnam County 7472 20.3 7
Union County 716 16.0 8
Orange County 65160 13.0 9
Lee County 58845 15.7 10
Pasco County 57982 25.0 11
Duval County 55632 14.1 12
Sarasota County 52259 22.7 13
Nassau County 4978 14.0 14
Volusia County 47335 18.5 15
Lafayette County 453 14.0 16
Polk County 44973 15.9 17
Walton County 4402 9.4 18
Flagler County 4345 8.8 19
Liberty County 416 12.2 20
Okeechobee County 4124 22.6 21
Columbia County 4054 14.3 22
Manatee County 37051 20.9 23
Brevard County 36732 13.5 24
Levy County 3668 18.4 25
Seminole County 36633 19.9 26
Sumter County 3450 5.6 27
Jackson County 3372 16.1 28
Hendry County 3287 22.8 29
Suwannee County 2873 15.2 30
Collier County 27248 13.5 31
Escambia County 25252 18.3 32
Bradford County 2377 21.8 33
Marion County 23683 14.5 34
DeSoto County 2310 15.7 35
Gadsden County 2279 11.7 36
Leon County 22208 17.6 37
Broward County 218065 26.8 38
Alachua County 21448 18.9 39
Taylor County 2027 18.6 40
Washington County 1968 18.4 41
Lake County 19289 13.2 42
Miami-Dade County 191022 19.1 43
St. Lucie County 18914 13.8 44
Martin County 18896 24.0 45
Holmes County 1867 21.7 46
Baker County 1786 18.5 47
Wakulla County 1619 12.6 48
Madison County 1605 19.0 49
Charlotte County 15885 15.7 50
Hardee County 1555 16.1 51
Okaloosa County 14542 15.4 52
Pinellas County 144415 28.7 53
Citrus County 14377 18.5 54
Bay County 13789 13.8 55
Palm Beach County 132651 19.8 56
Indian River County 12866 16.7 57
Hernando County 12663 15.0 58
Glades County 1256 18.3 59
Dixie County 1235 13.4 60
Monroe County 11490 21.7 61
Clay County 10871 14.1 62
Gulf County 1077 11.8 63
Highlands County 10748 19.5 64
Gilchrist County 1042 14.4 65
Osceola County 10364 7.8 66
Franklin County 1017 11.9 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, 2011-2015 American Community Survey 5-Year Summary File