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Top 101 cities with the highest percentage of single-parent households, population 5000+


1.  East St. Louis, IL (housing, pop. 31,542): 77.6%
2.  Benton Harbor, MI (housing, pop. 11,182): 77.5%
3.  Brownsville, FL (housing, pop. 14,393): 74.3%
4.  East Cleveland, OH (housing, pop. 27,217): 73.5%
5.  Highland Park, MI (housing, pop. 16,746): 72.3%
6.  Duquesne, PA (housing, pop. 7,332): 72.3%
7.  Muskegon Heights, MI (housing, pop. 12,049): 72.2%
8.  Robbins, IL (housing, pop. 6,635): 72.0%
9.  Centreville, IL (housing, pop. 5,951): 71.3%
10.  Washington Park, IL (housing, pop. 5,345): 71.1%
11.  Gladeview, FL (housing, pop. 14,468): 70.9%
12.  Benton Heights, MI (housing, pop. 5,458): 69.9%
13.  Salem, NJ (housing, pop. 5,857): 69.8%
14.  Tuskegee, AL (housing, pop. 11,846): 69.6%
15.  Asbury Park, NJ (housing, pop. 16,930): 67.6%
16.  Chester, PA (housing, pop. 36,854): 67.3%
17.  Marianna, AR (housing, pop. 5,181): 67.3%
18.  Goulds, FL (housing, pop. 7,453): 67.1%
19.  University, FL (housing, pop. 30,736): 66.9%
20.  Camden, NJ (housing, pop. 79,904): 66.8%
21.  Fort Valley, GA (housing, pop. 8,005): 66.6%
22.  Papago, AZ (housing, pop. 7,492): 66.5%
23.  Opa-locka, FL (housing, pop. 14,951): 66.5%
24.  Cordele, GA (housing, pop. 11,608): 66.2%
25.  Waynesboro, GA (housing, pop. 5,813): 66.0%
26.  Berkeley, MO (housing, pop. 10,063): 65.7%
27.  Hartford, CT (housing, pop. 121,578): 65.6%
28.  Beecher, MI (housing, pop. 12,793): 65.5%
29.  Tuskegee-Milstead, AL (housing, pop. 15,247): 65.5%
30.  Craig-Tyler, AL (housing, pop. 7,388): 64.8%
31.  Canton, MS (housing, pop. 12,911): 64.6%
32.  Lake Providence, LA (housing, pop. 5,104): 64.6%
33.  Harrisburg, PA (housing, pop. 48,950): 64.4%
34.  Yazoo City, MS (housing, pop. 14,550): 64.4%
35.  Gary, IN (housing, pop. 102,746): 64.4%
36.  College Park, GA (housing, pop. 20,382): 63.8%
37.  Prichard, AL (housing, pop. 28,633): 63.6%
38.  Buena Vista, MI (housing, pop. 7,845): 63.5%
39.  Suitland-Silver Hill, MD (housing, pop. 33,515): 63.3%
40.  Dawson, GA (housing, pop. 5,058): 62.8%
41.  Glenarden, MD (housing, pop. 6,318): 62.7%
42.  Rochester, NY (housing, pop. 219,773): 62.3%
43.  Petersburg, VA (housing, pop. 33,740): 62.1%
44.  Marion, SC (housing, pop. 7,042): 62.0%
45.  Walker Mill, MD (housing, pop. 11,104): 62.0%
46.  Flint, MI (housing, pop. 124,943): 62.0%
47.  Tallulah, LA (housing, pop. 9,189): 61.9%
48.  Cambridge, MD (housing, pop. 10,911): 61.9%
49.  Wilkinsburg, PA (housing, pop. 19,196): 61.8%
50.  Detroit, MI (housing, pop. 951,270): 61.7%
51.  Helena, AR (housing, pop. 6,323): 61.6%
52.  Blakely, GA (housing, pop. 5,696): 61.5%
53.  Normandy, MO (housing, pop. 5,153): 61.3%
54.  Aberdeen, MS (housing, pop. 6,415): 61.2%
55.  Atlantic City, NJ (housing, pop. 40,517): 61.0%
56.  Mullins, SC (housing, pop. 5,029): 60.9%
57.  River Rouge, MI (housing, pop. 9,917): 60.7%
58.  Gresham Park, GA (housing, pop. 9,215): 60.7%
59.  Midway-Hardwick, GA (housing, pop. 5,135): 60.5%
60.  Holly Springs, MS (housing, pop. 7,957): 60.5%
61.  Atlanta, GA (housing, pop. 416,474): 60.4%
62.  Camilla, GA (housing, pop. 5,669): 60.2%
63.  West Helena, AR (housing, pop. 8,689): 60.2%
64.  Pembroke Park, FL (housing, pop. 6,299): 60.1%
65.  Jennings, MO (housing, pop. 15,469): 60.0%
66.  Farrell, PA (housing, pop. 6,050): 59.8%
67.  Greater Landover, MD (housing, pop. 22,900): 59.8%
68.  East Orange, NJ (housing, pop. 69,824): 59.7%
69.  Saginaw, MI (housing, pop. 61,799): 59.7%
70.  Riviera Beach, FL (housing, pop. 29,884): 59.6%
71.  Thomson, GA (housing, pop. 6,828): 59.6%
72.  East Point, GA (housing, pop. 39,595): 59.5%
73.  Wilmington, DE (housing, pop. 72,664): 59.4%
74.  Warrensville Heights, OH (housing, pop. 15,109): 59.3%
75.  Henderson, NC (housing, pop. 16,095): 59.2%
76.  Baltimore, MD (housing, pop. 651,154): 59.2%
77.  Coatesville, PA (housing, pop. 10,838): 59.1%
78.  Palatka, FL (housing, pop. 10,033): 58.9%
79.  McKees Rocks, PA (housing, pop. 6,622): 58.6%
80.  Cleveland, OH (housing, pop. 478,403): 58.6%
81.  Monticello, NY (housing, pop. 6,512): 58.5%
82.  Richmond, VA (housing, pop. 197,790): 58.4%
83.  Macon, GA (housing, pop. 97,255): 58.3%
84.  Gila River, AZ (housing, pop. 8,591): 58.3%
85.  Greenwood, MS (housing, pop. 18,425): 58.3%
86.  Coral Hills, MD (housing, pop. 10,720): 58.2%
87.  Gifford, FL (housing, pop. 7,599): 58.1%
88.  New Haven, CT (housing, pop. 123,626): 58.1%
89.  Timber Pines, FL (housing, pop. 5,840): 58.0%
90.  Darlington, SC (housing, pop. 6,720): 57.9%
91.  St. Louis, MO (housing, pop. 348,189): 57.9%
92.  Washington, DC (housing, pop. 572,059): 57.8%
93.  Newburg, KY (housing, pop. 20,636): 57.7%
94.  Brunswick, GA (housing, pop. 15,600): 57.7%
95.  Clarksdale, MS (housing, pop. 20,645): 57.6%
96.  Trenton, NJ (housing, pop. 85,403): 57.4%
97.  Hillcrest Heights, MD (housing, pop. 16,359): 57.4%
98.  Monroe, LA (housing, pop. 53,107): 57.4%
99.  Donaldsonville, LA (housing, pop. 7,605): 57.3%
100.  Americus, GA (housing, pop. 17,013): 57.2%
101.  Williamston, NC (housing, pop. 5,843): 57.1%



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