According to new Census data, America’s biggest cities rank among the least affordable places in the country.

The study by the nonprofit Community Development Movement found that of the nearly 5,400 U.A.C. cities, only 13 are considered “affordable.”

The study’s authors used data from the Census Bureau’s American Community Survey, which includes information on housing costs, rents, median income, median home value and median household income.

As of December, the U.C.,D.C.-based nonprofit reported that the median household annual income in America’s largest cities was $42,000, down from $53,000 in 2016.

According to the CMD, cities with the worst poverty rates are also the ones with the highest percentage of households that live in poverty.

The report found that only 3.3% of households in the 10 largest U. S. cities in 2017 had income below the poverty line.

In some cases, it’s hard to tell if that poverty rate is real.

“There’s a lot of poverty where people live in very low-income neighborhoods,” says Dr. David Himmelstein, a professor at the University of Wisconsin and the co-director of the Institute for Health and Health Equity at Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health.

Himmlestein said that the poor often have to rely on the food stamps and Medicaid programs that help to keep them out of poverty.

“They’re not able to buy something like a home,” he says.

The CMD found that in many of the largest U-S.

metropolitan areas, nearly half of the households had incomes below the federal poverty line, which is $12,820 for a family of four.

In Detroit, for instance, only 7.7% of residents have incomes below that line.

The largest metro area in the nation with the largest percentage of low-wage households is Baltimore, Maryland, with a poverty rate of 23.8%, the Cmd found.

In Philadelphia, where poverty rates were 20.4%, the poverty rate was 10.4%.

The Cmd analyzed the 10 metropolitan areas with the lowest poverty rates by income level.

Cities with a higher poverty rate are often more concentrated.

The poorest 20% of the country has a poverty rates of less than 13%, the poorest 20%, about 6.9% of people live below the low-end poverty line and only 1.9 million Americans are poor.

The top 20% have a poverty of 17.5%, while the top 40% have poverty rates over 20%.

Detroit, Philadelphia and Baltimore all have the second highest poverty rates in the United States, with 17.9%, 13.8% and 12.7%, respectively.

The lowest poverty rate in the top 20 percent of Americans is found in Washington, D.

C, with only 2.5%.

The highest poverty level is found on the East Coast, where the poverty rates for the top 1% are 20.1%, compared to only 3% in New York, Los Angeles and San Francisco.

The highest median income in the U,S.

was $56,300 in Washington D. C. The median household household income in Washington in 2017 was $58,200, up from $52,900 in 2016, according to the Census.

Detroit’s median household median income is $63,900, up slightly from $63.000 in 2015.

In Chicago, the median income was $53.100 in 2017, up $5,300 from $51,700 in 2016 and up $2,400 from $50,600 in 2015, according the CMA.

Chicago has one of the highest housing costs in the entire country.

For a family that earns the median annual income of $61,300, the average rent in the city was $1,500 in 2017.

Detroit is one of those places where the median rent is over $1 a month.

In addition to having a high housing cost, Detroit also has one the highest rates of homelessness in the American West.

According the CAA, over 24,000 people were homeless in Detroit in 2017 and the city is the fifth most dangerous place in the county to be homeless.