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Overcrowded Units, 2010-2014
Place Overcrowded Units Percent of All Units (%)Rank by Overcrowded Units
Highlands County 963 2.4 1
Monroe County 941 3.3 2
Citrus County 887 1.5 3
Indian River County 862 1.5 4
Hendry County 850 7.6 5
St. Johns County 837 1.1 6
Okeechobee County 801 6.1 7
Glades County 80 2.1 8
Polk County 7764 3.5 9
Charlotte County 773 1.1 10
DeSoto County 763 7.0 11
Walton County 762 3.4 12
Hardee County 738 9.8 13
Putnam County 724 2.6 14
Columbia County 672 2.8 15
Lee County 6371 2.6 16
Duval County 6314 1.9 17
Sumter County 601 1.3 18
Pinellas County 5743 1.4 19
Flagler County 546 1.5 20
Lafayette County 54 2.0 21
Levy County 484 3.1 22
Collier County 4836 3.8 23
Miami-Dade County 47422 5.7 24
Suwannee County 431 2.8 25
Pasco County 3580 1.9 26
Jackson County 348 2.2 27
Manatee County 3475 2.6 28
Nassau County 319 1.1 29
Baker County 304 3.6 30
Brevard County 3027 1.4 31
Calhoun County 287 6.0 32
Leon County 2835 2.6 33
Osceola County 2752 3.0 34
Volusia County 2693 1.4 35
Marion County 2682 2.0 36
Lake County 2657 2.3 37
Madison County 264 4.0 38
Broward County 24570 3.7 39
Bradford County 233 2.6 40
Sarasota County 2033 1.2 41
St. Lucie County 1976 1.8 42
Wakulla County 197 1.8 43
Gulf County 194 3.6 44
Washington County 193 2.3 45
Alachua County 1818 1.9 46
Seminole County 1667 1.1 47
Palm Beach County 15344 2.9 48
Escambia County 1533 1.4 49
Hillsborough County 14042 2.9 50
Liberty County 138 5.8 51
Hamilton County 134 2.8 52
Union County 133 3.5 53
Okaloosa County 1326 1.8 54
Dixie County 128 2.1 55
Gilchrist County 124 2.0 56
Bay County 1231 1.8 57
Franklin County 123 2.9 58
Clay County 1186 1.7 59
Hernando County 1151 1.6 60
Orange County 11108 2.6 61
Santa Rosa County 1086 1.9 62
Holmes County 108 1.6 63
Gadsden County 1068 6.3 64
Martin County 1026 1.7 65
Taylor County - - 66
Jefferson 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, 2010-2014 American Community Survey 5-Year Summary File