POLLUTION RANKINGS|Lead Hazards| By County
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Counties with Potential Lead Hazards
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Rank County Number of housing units
1.KINGS, NY 130,000
2.LOS ANGELES, CA 120,000
3.COOK, IL 93,000
4.PHILADELPHIA, PA 75,000
5.NEW YORK, NY 68,000
6.BRONX, NY 59,000
7.QUEENS, NY 56,000
8.WAYNE, MI 43,000
9.BALTIMORE (CITY), MD 31,000
10.SUFFOLK, MA 31,000
11.CUYAHOGA, OH 30,000
12.ALLEGHENY, PA 27,000
13.DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA, DC 22,000
14.SAN FRANCISCO, CA 22,000
15.ESSEX, NJ 21,000
16.ORLEANS, LA 21,000
17.ST. LOUIS (CITY), MO 21,000
18.MILWAUKEE, WI 20,000
19.ERIE, NY 20,000
20.HUDSON, NJ 19,000
21.MIDDLESEX, MA 18,000
22.PROVIDENCE, RI 17,000
23.MIAMI-DADE, FL 16,000
24.HAMILTON, OH 15,000
25.ALAMEDA, CA 15,000
26.HARRIS, TX 13,000
27.KING, WA 12,000
28.MULTNOMAH, OR 12,000
29.ESSEX, MA 12,000
30.WESTCHESTER, NY 12,000
31.MONROE, NY 11,000
32.WORCESTER, MA 11,000
33.DENVER, CO 10,000
34.SAN DIEGO, CA 10,000
35.NEW HAVEN, CT 10,000
36.BRISTOL, MA 9,900
37.HENNEPIN, MN 9,800
38.SAN JUAN, PR 9,800
39.HAMPDEN, MA 9,500
40.FRANKLIN, OH 9,400
41.LUCAS, OH 9,200
42.NASSAU, NY 9,000
43.HARTFORD, CT 9,000
44.MARION, IN 9,000
45.DALLAS, TX 8,800
46.BEXAR, TX 8,700
47.JEFFERSON, KY 8,500
48.LUZERNE, PA 8,300
49.JACKSON, MO 8,200
50.ONONDAGA, NY 7,700