US cities hit by the economic crisis are losing residents to the housing crisis

US cities with the highest rates of homeless people are also losing residents in the same way, according to a report.

The US Census Bureau said that more than 1.6 million Americans were homeless last year, down from 2.4 million in 2015.

Many cities are struggling to find enough shelter space and affordable housing for their growing homeless populations.

The federal government’s Housing and Urban Development (HUD) is also trying to increase funding for rental assistance programs, which are meant to help low-income people afford housing.

Housing affordability is a major issue in cities like Washington, DC, which is home to the most homeless people in the country.

There are now about 9.5 million homeless people nationwide, according the report, which was released on Thursday.

About 4.6% of the homeless population lives in Washington, the largest share in the nation, according census figures.

In Washington, homeless people have the highest poverty rate, the lowest median household income, the highest percentage of people living in households that earn less than $50,000 a year and the second highest proportion of people without health insurance coverage.

About 40% of Washington’s homeless population are women, the report said.

About 10% of homeless households live in single-parent families, which means they have a single-mother, step-parent or child living with them.

The study found that about 1.2 million households in Washington have an unmarried partner or dependents, up from 1.1 million in 2016.

“The most vulnerable and poorest Americans are the ones who are most at risk for homelessness,” said Jessica Lewis, the senior director of HUD’s Housing Opportunity Program, which works with homeless communities to help them find and afford housing in a safe environment.

The report comes after the federal government last year said it was cutting its funding to the federal Housing and Emergency Assistance Program, or HUD, to help cities deal with the growing homeless population.

It’s been a major challenge for cities to fill the gap, especially in rural areas, where there are fewer resources for housing.

The housing crisis is also hurting the economy, with unemployment at an all-time high.

Unemployment has increased to 7.1%, and the poverty rate among adults has increased from 11.3% to 15.6%, the report found.

“Homelessness is a big part of why the US economy has been slowing, but it’s also a big reason why we are having a lot of economic and social distress,” said David Gershman, director of the National Center for Homeless Studies at Columbia University.

“If you don’t have affordable housing, you’re just not going to have the income that you need to survive.”

The report also found that nearly 60% of people who are homeless have no fixed address, meaning they have nowhere to live, or that they have no legal way to afford housing, such as eviction, foreclosures or court costs.

More than a third of people in Washington are living in shelters, and nearly half of those people are women.

“There’s a real crisis here.

It is a crisis in our country,” said Daniel Garb, a researcher at the Urban Institute.