Atlanta, Georgia — Atlanta, GA — A whopping 19.2 percent of renters in the U.S. live in one of the nation’s poorest cities, according to a report released by the American Community Survey.
The city of Atlanta was ranked number three on the list.
San Francisco, California — San Francisco — A recent study by the Urban Institute found that a quarter of San Francisco residents don’t have access to affordable housing.
The report, which was conducted in 2019, found that one-third of residents living in the city do not have a single affordable unit for rent, and the median household income in San Francisco is $50,000.
The study found that San Francisco has a significant racial disparity in its housing and economic disparities, as only 10.5 percent of the city’s population is white, and nearly 30 percent of all households are Latino.
Dallas, Texas — Dallas, TX — Dallas is one of six metro areas on this list that were ranked number 10 in the latest census.
Dallas has one of highest poverty rates in the nation, at 14.4 percent.
The metro area also has the second-highest poverty rate among the five largest metro areas in the country, behind New Orleans.
Cincinnati, Ohio — Cincinnati, OH — Cincinnati has a higher poverty rate than any other U.