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Graph breaking down our metric of housing insecurity into two types of homelessness and marginal housing

Data Source: See https://www.prisonpolicy.org/reports/housing.html#methodology for sources and data notes. (Graph: Wendy Sawyer, 2018)

This graph originally appeared in Nowhere to Go: Homelessness among formerly incarcerated people.

Housing insecurity includes people who are homeless as well as those living in marginal housing. 570 out of every 10,000 formerly incarcerated people fall into one of these categories, making housing insecurity nearly three times more common than homelessness alone.

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