43% of America’s Renters Now Face Eviction


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Eric Zuesse

Nationwide in the U.S. on July 28th, the “Estimation of households experiencing rental shortfall and potentially facing eviction” is 43.12%, according to Stout Risius Ross, LLC, “Based on Household Pulse Survey data” (from the U.S. Census Bureau).

An infographic by Niall McCarthy of Forbes shows the state-by-state percentages, as of July 15th, and they were:

WV=59%

TN=58%

MS=55%

MN=55%

FL=51%

LA=50%

KY=48%

MO=48%

IA=48%

TX=48%

NY=46%

GA=46%

NH=45%

NJ=44%

WY=44%

IN=44%

AR=43%

NC=43%

SC=43%

MD=42%

NM=42%

SD=42%

OK=42%

AL=42%

IL=42%

OH=41%

CT=41%

MI=40%

PA=40%

AZ=38%

AK=37%

ID=37%

CA=37%

MT=36%

NV=35%

NE=35%

RI=35%

ME=35%

KS=34%

HI=34%

ND=34%

WI=34%

VA=34%

OR=33%

CO=33%

DE=31%

DC=31%

UT=29%

WA=28%

MA=27%

VT=22%

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Investigative historian Eric Zuesse is the author, most recently, of  They’re Not Even Close: The Democratic vs. Republican Economic Records, 1910-2010, and of  CHRIST’S VENTRILOQUISTS: The Event that Created Christianity.

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