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48 Major US Cities Struggling to Shelter Growing Homeless Population

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38. Omaha, Nebraska
> Note: Estimate includes the Omaha-Council Bluffs metropolitan area
> Homeless population: 1,411 (includes 64 unsheltered)
> City population: 463,081

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37. Atlanta, Georgia
> Homeless population: 3,076 (includes 740 unsheltered)
> City population: 465,230

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36. Long Beach, California
> Note: Estimate only includes city proper
> Homeless population: 1,873 (includes 1,208 unsheltered)
> City population: 470,489

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35. Sacramento, California
> Note: Estimate includes county of Sacramento
> Homeless population: 3,621 (includes 2,052 unsheltered)
> City population: 489,650

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34. Fresno, California
> Note: Estimate includes Fresno and Madera counties
> Homeless population: 2,144 (includes 1,681 unsheltered)
> City population: 519,037

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