There's common thread however.
|Overall CoC||Rate||Sheltered CoC||Rate||Unsheltered CoC||Rate|
|Washington DC||103.3||Boston||99.1||San Francisco||58.9|
|Boston||101.8||New York||96.7||Los Angeles||40.4|
|New York||101.5||Washington DC||94.3||Santa Rosa||38.5|
|San Francisco||94.3||San Francisco||34.4||Seattle||30.9|
|Santa Rosa||59.8||Baltimore||32.2||San Jose||30.3|
And why does it not sufficiently highlight the disproportionate impact of Trump's war on the homeless for the trans community? Probably a Koch Bros "study"Ahh, more numbers, numbers are fun.
but we like colored charts also.
how did this "study" find out all the numbers and how much did it cost, and how will this affect climate change and the 2020 election and should we impeach Trump.
And must we DO SOMETHING.
Besides the one showing all cities in the OP are liberal bastions of utopia-ism?There's common thread however.
"The author of the original article, California news man Douglas McIntyre, is trying to pretend the problem is not as bad in California as it is in other places......."
Yet McIntyre writes ...........
"Indeed, almost half (47%) of unsheltered people are found in California. The report points out "Among the five cities with the highest rates of unsheltered homelessness, four are in California (San Francisco, Los Angeles, Santa Rosa, and San Jose),"
I don't see him pretending anything less than stating facts and indeed pointing a finger at Kalifornia.