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Trends:

Family housing affordability: Percentage of children living in low-income households where more than 30 percent of the monthly income was spent on rent, mortgage payments, taxes, insurance and/or related expenses. (Data source: Kids Count Data Center)

To view or compare state data, select up to six jurisdictions below and click "View Data."

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resource

The Urban Institute’s Metro Trends tool provides up-to-date charts and figures, expert commentaries and relevant, downloadable datasets on the state of metropolitan economies.

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The National Low Income Housing Coalition’s Out of Reach tool allows side-by-side comparison and analysis of housing affordability at the state level.