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Top 101 cities with the highest percentage of single-parent households, population 50,000+


1.  Camden, NJ (housing, pop. 79,904): 66.8%
2.  Hartford, CT (housing, pop. 121,578): 65.6%
3.  Gary, IN (housing, pop. 102,746): 64.4%
4.  Rochester, NY (housing, pop. 219,773): 62.3%
5.  Flint, MI (housing, pop. 124,943): 62.0%
6.  Detroit, MI (housing, pop. 951,270): 61.7%
7.  Atlanta, GA (housing, pop. 416,474): 60.4%
8.  East Orange, NJ (housing, pop. 69,824): 59.7%
9.  Saginaw, MI (housing, pop. 61,799): 59.7%
10.  Wilmington, DE (housing, pop. 72,664): 59.4%
11.  Baltimore, MD (housing, pop. 651,154): 59.2%
12.  Cleveland, OH (housing, pop. 478,403): 58.6%
13.  Richmond, VA (housing, pop. 197,790): 58.4%
14.  Macon, GA (housing, pop. 97,255): 58.3%
15.  New Haven, CT (housing, pop. 123,626): 58.1%
16.  St. Louis, MO (housing, pop. 348,189): 57.9%
17.  Washington, DC (housing, pop. 572,059): 57.8%
18.  Trenton, NJ (housing, pop. 85,403): 57.4%
19.  Monroe, LA (housing, pop. 53,107): 57.4%
20.  Youngstown, OH (housing, pop. 82,026): 56.9%
21.  Newark, NJ (housing, pop. 273,546): 56.9%
22.  Bronx, NY (housing, pop. 1,332,650): 56.3%
23.  Buffalo, NY (housing, pop. 292,648): 56.3%
24.  Syracuse, NY (housing, pop. 147,306): 56.1%
25.  Cincinnati, OH (housing, pop. 331,285): 55.9%
26.  Daytona Beach, FL (housing, pop. 64,112): 55.1%
27.  New Orleans, LA (housing, pop. 484,674): 55.0%
28.  Albany, NY (housing, pop. 95,658): 54.9%
29.  Birmingham, AL (housing, pop. 242,820): 54.6%
30.  Pontiac, MI (housing, pop. 66,337): 54.5%
31.  Springfield, MA (housing, pop. 152,082): 54.0%
32.  Albany, GA (housing, pop. 76,939): 54.0%
33.  Dayton, OH (housing, pop. 166,179): 53.9%
34.  Irvington, NJ (housing, pop. 60,695): 53.7%
35.  Memphis, TN (housing, pop. 650,100): 53.0%
36.  Lawrence, MA (housing, pop. 72,043): 52.4%
37.  Milwaukee, WI (housing, pop. 596,974): 52.2%
38.  Jackson, MS (housing, pop. 184,256): 52.0%
39.  North Charleston, SC (housing, pop. 79,641): 51.9%
40.  Louisville, KY (housing, pop. 256,231): 51.9%
41.  Augusta, GA (housing, pop. 138,000): 51.6%
42.  Providence, RI (housing, pop. 173,618): 51.0%
43.  Savannah, GA (housing, pop. 131,510): 50.4%
44.  Pine Bluff, AR (housing, pop. 55,085): 50.2%
45.  Lancaster, PA (housing, pop. 56,348): 50.1%
46.  Bridgeport, CT (housing, pop. 139,529): 50.1%
47.  Philadelphia, PA (housing, pop. 1,517,550): 50.1%
48.  Reading, PA (housing, pop. 81,207): 49.4%
49.  Schenectady, NY (housing, pop. 61,821): 49.3%
50.  Shreveport, LA (housing, pop. 200,145): 49.1%
51.  Kalamazoo, MI (housing, pop. 77,145): 48.3%
52.  New Britain, CT (housing, pop. 71,538): 47.7%
53.  Lauderhill, FL (housing, pop. 57,585): 47.5%
54.  Pittsburgh, PA (housing, pop. 334,563): 47.5%
55.  Canton, OH (housing, pop. 80,806): 47.3%
56.  Boston, MA (housing, pop. 589,141): 46.9%
57.  Niagara Falls, NY (housing, pop. 55,593): 46.9%
58.  Orlando, FL (housing, pop. 185,951): 46.7%
59.  Columbia, SC (housing, pop. 116,278): 46.5%
60.  West Dougherty, GA (housing, pop. 59,680): 46.3%
61.  Waterbury, CT (housing, pop. 107,271): 46.1%
62.  Paterson, NJ (housing, pop. 149,222): 46.0%
63.  New Bedford, MA (housing, pop. 93,768): 45.8%
64.  Portsmouth, VA (housing, pop. 100,565): 45.7%
65.  North Little Rock, AR (housing, pop. 60,433): 45.7%
66.  Wilmington, NC (housing, pop. 75,838): 45.4%
67.  Lorain, OH (housing, pop. 68,652): 45.3%
68.  Utica, NY (housing, pop. 60,651): 45.0%
69.  Norfolk, VA (housing, pop. 234,403): 45.0%
70.  Baton Rouge, LA (housing, pop. 227,818): 45.0%
71.  West Palm Beach, FL (housing, pop. 82,103): 44.6%
72.  Roanoke, VA (housing, pop. 94,911): 44.5%
73.  Miami, FL (housing, pop. 362,470): 44.4%
74.  Augusta-Richmond County, GA (housing, pop. 195,182): 44.4%
75.  Sarasota, FL (housing, pop. 52,715): 44.4%
76.  Akron, OH (housing, pop. 217,074): 44.3%
77.  Chattanooga, TN (housing, pop. 155,554): 44.3%
78.  Mount Vernon, NY (housing, pop. 68,381): 44.3%
79.  Lansing, MI (housing, pop. 119,128): 44.0%
80.  Hempstead, NY (housing, pop. 56,554): 44.0%
81.  Jackson, TN (housing, pop. 59,643): 43.9%
82.  Tuscaloosa, AL (housing, pop. 77,906): 43.6%
83.  Greenville, SC (housing, pop. 56,002): 43.6%
84.  Northwest Dade, FL (housing, pop. 104,876): 43.5%
85.  Toledo, OH (housing, pop. 313,619): 43.5%
86.  Manhattan, NY (housing, pop. 1,537,195): 43.4%
87.  Mobile, AL (housing, pop. 198,915): 43.1%
88.  Allentown, PA (housing, pop. 106,632): 43.1%
89.  Erie, PA (housing, pop. 103,717): 43.1%
90.  Lake Charles, LA (housing, pop. 71,757): 42.9%
91.  Lakeland, FL (housing, pop. 78,452): 42.9%
92.  Fort Lauderdale, FL (housing, pop. 152,397): 42.6%
93.  Jersey City, NJ (housing, pop. 240,055): 42.6%
94.  Rocky Mount, NC (housing, pop. 55,893): 42.6%
95.  Galveston, TX (housing, pop. 57,247): 42.6%
96.  Tampa, FL (housing, pop. 303,447): 42.6%
97.  Pawtucket, RI (housing, pop. 72,958): 42.3%
98.  Gainesville, FL (housing, pop. 95,447): 42.3%
99.  Springfield, OH (housing, pop. 65,358): 42.2%
100.  Peoria, IL (housing, pop. 112,936): 42.2%
101.  Fall River, MA (housing, pop. 91,938): 42.0%



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