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Praetorianus December 14th, 2015 9:20pm

Compared to our local demographics, a disproportionate percentage of homeless are Caucasian; very few black, almost none Hispanic. Do you observe the same where you live?

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Xemanis Lawful Good
12/15/15 7:20 am

No, because the population of this city is 95%+ Hispanic

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Injectable Trump Killed Babbitt
12/14/15 9:06 pm

I don't observe homeless people. I just walk past them ignoring their existence like the little African kid that dug the silver out of an artisanal mine for my cell phone.

jmw7477 Indiana
12/14/15 8:35 pm

There aren't any visible homeless people where I live or the towns/cities that I frequently go to. So, I'm not really sure. However, most of where I go is white.

FarmerManE djent
12/14/15 8:28 pm

Not really any homeless that I know of. And my town is like 98% white

Liberty 4,032,064
12/14/15 4:25 pm

Now that you mention, that is true. But it does make sense because whites are a larger portion of the population.

Tesla Florida
12/14/15 4:10 pm

In my area I see both whites and blacks. Almost an even amount.

drkwrl
12/14/15 3:15 pm

OP, where are you commenting from?

GubraLagima Tramp 2016
12/14/15 2:28 pm

I can't remember the last time I saw a Hispanic homeless guy, which is weird

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rons WOKE is sick
12/14/15 3:56 pm

They go back to Mexico

RebelProud Bungholio
12/14/15 2:24 pm

In Norfolk, Richmond, Greensboro, and Washington D.C I noticed mostly blacks, then whites, and virtually no Hispanics. These are the only cities I spend enough time in to make a decent assessment.

TierasPet
12/14/15 2:23 pm

Yes, I see that here all the time.

Praetorianus Fair enough.
12/14/15 2:21 pm

I'm curious because if this is common, it seems to clash with the claim that racial and ethnic minorities are at a disadvantage on the job market.

asia
12/14/15 2:31 pm

Joblessness is not the only cause of homelessness.