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Renter Occupied Housing Units in 2022

RankStateFIPS CodeUnits
1California060005,985,084
2Texas480004,161,092
3New York360003,569,971
4Florida120002,896,593
5Illinois170001,664,048
6Pennsylvania420001,635,858
7Ohio390001,593,154
8North Carolina370001,430,799
9Georgia130001,396,582
10New Jersey340001,243,983
11Washington530001,103,694
12Virginia510001,102,545
13Michigan260001,098,109
14Massachusetts250001,056,221
15Tennessee47000932,654
16Arizona04000928,631
17Missouri29000817,032
18Colorado08000800,275
19Indiana18000796,624
20Wisconsin55000794,628
21Maryland24000766,396
22Minnesota27000647,756
23Oregon41000641,554
24Alabama01000600,115
25South Carolina45000597,530
26Louisiana22000587,890
27Kentucky21000570,943
28Oklahoma40000544,177
29Connecticut09000483,796
30Nevada32000475,672
31Arkansas05000407,649
32Kansas20000379,305
33Iowa19000372,295
34Mississippi28000345,334
35Utah49000325,496
36Nebraska31000273,434
37New Mexico35000246,552
38Idaho16000198,314
39District of Columbia11000192,850
40West Virginia54000187,952
41Hawaii15000185,140
42Rhode Island44000164,071
43Maine23000156,566
44New Hampshire33000154,564
45Montana30000144,651
46North Dakota38000115,585
47South Dakota46000111,974
48Delaware10000104,259
49Alaska0200092,988
50Vermont5000073,001
51Wyoming5600066,458

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

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