STAT OF THE DAY: 1 In 2,500 New Yorkers On the Street

The Bloomberg administration announced today that street homelessness in New York City dropped 12 percent since 2007 and 25 percent since 2005. The city has an estimated ratio of 1 unsheltered homeless person to every 2,485 people in the general population.

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