Content Type: Data and Graphics

Data Visualization: Homeless Population Representation by Location

The fourth and final installment of the Alliance’s Demographic Data Project analyzes how geography plays a role in the demographics of homeless populations nationwide. The visualization below demonstrates the occurrence of homelessness among major cities, “other urban” areas (smaller cities), […]

Family Homelessness: Measuring Progress

Updated January 2, 2020 The Alliance has released a new data tool to demonstrate state and local progress on ending family homelessness. The tool provides information derived from the 2018 and 2019 PIT and HIC data, and illustrates the capacity […]

Data Visualization: Racial Disparities in Homelessness

The third brief in the Demographic Data Project explores race and ethnicity, which are dominant organizing factors in America.  They impact where a person lives when they are born, how they die, and practically everything in between.  Homelessness is no […]

Data Snapshot: Racial Disparities in Homelessness

In Every State, African Americans Are More Likely than Whites to Experience Homelessness July 16, 2019 – A new analysis by the National Alliance to End Homelessness sheds light on striking racial disproportionality in homelessness. In every state in the […]

Data Visualization: Gender and Individual Homelessness

The second brief in the Demographic Data Project analyzes population and unsheltered data through the lens of gender, offering a fuller understanding of male and female homelessness. The 2018 Point-in-Time (PIT) Count shows that men are far more likely to […]

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