CA Capital Sees 70% Spike In Homeless
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- During the pandemic, the unhoused population has soared all over California, but the increase in Sacramento has been particularly stunning.
- The region has seen an almost 70% rise in homelessness since 2019, now counting more unhoused people than San Francisco.
- At least 9,278 people are estimated to be without a home, the majority of whom sleep outdoors or in vehicles. Encampments can be seen on levees, near schools and next to busy roads.
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