Top U.S. Cities With High Homelessness Rates as of 2017
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On a single night in 2016, 549,928 people were experiencing homelessness in the United States. A majority (68%) was staying
in emergency shelters, transitional housing programs, or safe havens, and 32 percent were in unsheltered locations.
Over one-fifth of people experiencing
homelessness were children (22%), 69 percent
were over the age of 24, and nine percent were
between the ages of 18 and 24 in the whole USA.
As many as 60,000 people sleep in NYC's homeless shelters each night, and a larger number of children are either living with family members or permanently in shelters. New York, USA - Area (km sq): 1213.4
The Los Angeles Times estimates that the number of people without permanent shelter is about 44,000 in LA County - with an even larger number of working poor who cycle in and out of home insecurity. Thousands live permanently in tents, cars, and improvised shelters.
California, USA - Area (km sq): 1301.97