Hawaii holds the ignominious distinction of having the most homeless per capita for four years in a row, according to interactive maps created by Movoto, a real estate brokerage firm based in San Mateo, Calif.

In 2014, there were 487 homeless people per 100,000 Hawaii residents — 219 were unsheltered and 269 sheltered.

Hawaii’s homeless numbers have been the worst in the country since 2011 — in 2010, the state ranked third.

You can check out the maps here.

Homeless map, screenshot Movoto

Screenshot, Movoto maps


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