Percent Of Renter Occupied Units Spending 30 Percent Or More Of Their Income On Rent And Utilities, 2021

 

State Percent (1) Rank (2) State Percent (1) Rank (2)
Alabama 43.4% 34 Montana 37.9% 50
Alaska 45.0 25 Nebraska 42.7 38
Arizona 47.9 13 Nevada 52.1 4
Arkansas 39.9 47 New Hampshire 42.6 39
California 52.7 3 New Jersey 48.9 9
Colorado 50.5 5 New Mexico 44.3 29
Connecticut 49.1 8 New York 50.3 6
Delaware 47.0 16 North Carolina 44.5 27
D.C. 45.1 24 North Dakota 38.5 49
Florida 54.9 1 Ohio 40.6 44
Georgia 47.6 14 Oklahoma 42.0 41
Hawaii 53.4 2 Oregon 48.6 10
Idaho 43.2 36 Pennsylvania 44.2 31
Illinois 44.4 28 Rhode Island 45.8 21
Indiana 43.3 35 South Carolina 44.9 26
Iowa 41.2 42 South Dakota 35.0 51
Kansas 39.7 48 Tennessee 43.9 33
Kentucky 40.6 44 Texas 47.5 15
Louisiana 48.4 12 Utah 45.3 23
Maine 42.9 37 Vermont 46.8 17
Maryland 49.3 7 Virginia 46.1 19
Massachusetts 48.5 11 Washington 46.3 18
Michigan 46.1 19 West Virginia 41.1 43
Minnesota 45.5 22 Wisconsin 40.6 44
Mississippi 44.3 29 Wyoming 44.0 32
Missouri 42.2 40 United States 47.4%  
(1) Percent of renter-occupied units spending 30 percent or more on rent and utilities such as electric, gas, water and sewer, and fuel (oil, coal, etc.) if paid by the renter. (2) States with the same percentages receive the same rank. Source: U.S. Department of Commerce, Census Bureau; American Community Survey.