Tuesday, August 31, 2010

Homeless up 50% in NYC
If you think you've been seeing more people sleep on city streets, statistics back up the perception. The homeless population living on New York City streets has gone up 50 percent in the past year, according to city statistics reported by the blog.
The New York City Department of Homeless Services conducts a yearly survey of the streets of the city to count the number of homeless who are not in shelters. The HOPE survey was conducted in January 2010.

The number of homeless in the borough of Manhattan was up 47 percent in the past year, according to the count. The 2010 count had 1,145 people living in the streets. That is up 368 from 2009.


  1. I see far too much homelessness here. This is a bad, bad sign. My blog (which needs work) is all about the coming apocalypse.

  2. i wish the homeless could see my blog, they must be so bored

  3. The homeless need to get blogs. It's a great way to make money =)