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Total Housing Units in 2021

RankStateFIPS CodeUnits
1California0600014,512,149
2Texas4800011,867,820
3Florida1200010,054,509
4New York360008,530,561
5Pennsylvania420005,770,472
6Illinois170005,440,294
7Ohio390005,269,498
8North Carolina370004,801,698
9Michigan260004,590,384
10Georgia130004,475,242
11New Jersey340003,779,591
12Virginia510003,652,329
13Washington530003,257,140
14Arizona040003,138,685
15Tennessee470003,087,992
16Massachusetts250003,017,772
17Indiana180002,950,121
18Missouri290002,807,632
19Wisconsin550002,748,274
20Maryland240002,546,364
21Colorado080002,540,783
22Minnesota270002,517,173
23South Carolina450002,395,957
24Alabama010002,313,616
25Louisiana220002,093,387
26Kentucky210002,008,227
27Oregon410001,837,009
28Oklahoma400001,762,113
29Connecticut090001,536,327
30Iowa190001,426,039
31Arkansas050001,380,768
32Mississippi280001,332,041
33Nevada320001,305,534
34Kansas200001,284,353
35Utah490001,190,154
36New Mexico35000948,042
37West Virginia54000858,462
38Nebraska31000854,298
39Idaho16000775,330
40Maine23000744,620
41New Hampshire33000643,979
42Hawaii15000564,878
43Montana30000521,916
44Rhode Island44000484,925
45Delaware10000457,978
46South Dakota46000400,688
47North Dakota38000374,435
48District of Columbia11000357,482
49Vermont50000336,747
50Alaska02000327,889
51Wyoming56000274,373

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

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