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Overcrowded Units, 2011-2015
Place Overcrowded Units Percent of All Units (%)Rank by Overcrowded Units
Hernando County 999 1.4 1
Charlotte County 963 1.3 2
Hendry County 897 7.9 3
Lafayette County 88 3.5 4
Liberty County 87 3.6 5
Polk County 7897 3.6 6
Columbia County 777 3.3 7
DeSoto County 757 6.7 8
St. Johns County 751 0.9 9
Monroe County 742 2.6 10
Okeechobee County 722 5.5 11
Jefferson County 72 1.3 12
Duval County 6836 2.0 13
Lee County 6486 2.6 14
Putnam County 644 2.3 15
Hardee County 631 8.3 16
Flagler County 609 1.6 17
Pinellas County 5876 1.5 18
Collier County 4992 3.8 19
Miami-Dade County 49683 5.9 20
Sumter County 493 1.0 21
Suwannee County 481 3.1 22
Nassau County 399 1.4 23
Jackson County 393 2.4 24
Levy County 381 2.5 25
Pasco County 3687 2.0 26
Manatee County 3400 2.5 27
Osceola County 3111 3.4 28
Baker County 309 3.8 29
Brevard County 3086 1.4 30
Lake County 2937 2.5 31
Volusia County 2873 1.4 32
Leon County 2589 2.3 33
Madison County 254 3.8 34
Broward County 24500 3.7 35
St. Lucie County 2392 2.2 36
Calhoun County 232 4.8 37
Marion County 2104 1.6 38
Sarasota County 2079 1.2 39
Wakulla County 207 1.9 40
Washington County 185 2.2 41
Dixie County 182 3.0 42
Alachua County 1709 1.8 43
Seminole County 1692 1.1 44
Union County 163 4.2 45
Hillsborough County 16152 3.3 46
Palm Beach County 15857 3.0 47
Holmes County 156 2.3 48
Bradford County 155 1.8 49
Clay County 1496 2.2 50
Escambia County 1454 1.3 51
Hamilton County 143 3.1 52
Santa Rosa County 1349 2.3 53
Okaloosa County 1235 1.6 54
Franklin County 122 2.8 55
Gilchrist County 122 2.0 56
Bay County 1167 1.7 57
Orange County 11668 2.7 58
Martin County 1152 1.9 59
Gulf County 111 2.1 60
Citrus County 1101 1.8 61
Glades County 104 2.7 62
Indian River County 1026 1.8 63
Highlands County 1015 2.5 64
Walton County 1012 4.3 65
Gadsden County 1003 5.9 66
Taylor County - - 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