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48 Major US Cities Struggling to Shelter Growing Homeless Population

43. Oakland, Berkeley, California
> Note: Estimate includes Alameda County
> Homeless population: 5,496 (includes 3,863 unsheltered)
> City population: 417,442

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42. Miami, Florida
> Note: Estimate includes Dade County
> Homeless population: 3,516 (includes 1,030 unsheltered)
> City population: 443,007

41. Raleigh, North Carolina
> Note: Estimate includes Wake County
> Homeless population: 983 (includes 192 unsheltered)
> City population: 449,477

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40. Colorado Springs, Colorado
> Note: Estimate includes El Paso County
> Homeless population: 1,551 (includes 513 unsheltered)
> City population: 450,000

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39. Virginia Beach, Virginia
> Note: Estimate only includes city proper
> Homeless population: 243 (includes 72 unsheltered)
> City population: 450,057

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