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States With the Most Renters At Risk of Eviction

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15. California
> Renters very likely to be evicted in two months: 16.4%
> Renters three or more months behind on rent: 27.1% (23rd most)
> Renters receiving state or local gov’t rental assistance: 9.9% (20th most)
> January 2022 unemployment rate: 5.8% (2nd highest)

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14. Oklahoma
> Renters very likely to be evicted in two months: 18.6%
> Renters three or more months behind on rent: 21.2% (17th least)
> Renters receiving state or local gov’t rental assistance: 2.6% (11th least)
> January 2022 unemployment rate: 2.7% (6th lowest)

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13. Florida
> Renters very likely to be evicted in two months: 19.4%
> Renters three or more months behind on rent: 15.0% (8th least)
> Renters receiving state or local gov’t rental assistance: 12.8% (10th most)
> January 2022 unemployment rate: 3.5% (20th lowest)

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12. Wyoming
> Renters very likely to be evicted in two months: 19.6%
> Renters three or more months behind on rent: 42.6% (6th most)
> Renters receiving state or local gov’t rental assistance: 8.0% (25th most)
> January 2022 unemployment rate: 3.8% (24th lowest)

11. Illinois
> Renters very likely to be evicted in two months: 20.2%
> Renters three or more months behind on rent: 26.7% (25th most)
> Renters receiving state or local gov’t rental assistance: 10.7% (15th most)
> January 2022 unemployment rate: 5.0% (10th highest)

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