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Occupied Housing Units in 2016

RankStateFIPS CodeUnits
1California0600012,944,178
2Texas480009,535,612
3Florida120007,573,456
4New York360007,209,054
5Pennsylvania420004,937,771
6Illinois170004,822,046
7Ohio390004,624,669
8Michigan260003,884,153
9North Carolina370003,882,423
10Georgia130003,686,135
11New Jersey340003,194,519
12Virginia510003,120,692
13Washington530002,768,076
14Massachusetts250002,579,398
15Tennessee470002,556,332
16Indiana180002,533,270
17Arizona040002,519,052
18Missouri290002,372,190
19Wisconsin550002,326,998
20Maryland240002,194,657
21Minnesota270002,148,725
22Colorado080002,108,992
23South Carolina450001,877,887
24Alabama010001,852,518
25Louisiana220001,720,801
26Kentucky210001,717,706
27Oregon410001,571,678
28Oklahoma400001,469,342
29Connecticut090001,357,269
30Iowa190001,247,932
31Arkansas050001,142,718
32Kansas200001,110,407
33Mississippi280001,091,245
34Nevada320001,055,158
35Utah49000943,147
36New Mexico35000758,364
37Nebraska31000747,562
38West Virginia54000722,125
39Idaho16000610,872
40Maine23000531,660
41New Hampshire33000520,643
42Hawaii15000455,868
43Montana30000416,125
44Rhode Island44000408,239
45Delaware10000351,085
46South Dakota46000334,003
47North Dakota38000315,134
48District of Columbia11000281,241
49Vermont50000254,851
50Alaska02000248,468
51Wyoming56000223,619

Data Source: U.S. Census Bureau, American Community Survey

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