POLLUTION RANKINGS|Lead Hazards| By State
A joint project of the Alliance for Healthy Homes and Environmental Defense


States with Potential Lead Hazards
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Rank State Number of housing units
1.NEW YORK 430,000
2.CALIFORNIA 230,000
3.PENNSYLVANIA 210,000
4.OHIO 150,000
5.ILLINOIS 150,000
6.TEXAS 110,000
7.MASSACHUSETTS 100,000
8.MICHIGAN 100,000
9.NEW JERSEY 78,000
10.INDIANA 62,000
11.MISSOURI 60,000
12.WISCONSIN 55,000
13.NORTH CAROLINA 49,000
14.LOUISIANA 48,000
15.KENTUCKY 48,000
16.FLORIDA 46,000
17.TENNESSEE 44,000
18.WASHINGTON 44,000
19.IOWA 42,000
20.MINNESOTA 41,000
21.PUERTO RICO 39,000
22.VIRGINIA 39,000
23.ALABAMA 38,000
24.GEORGIA 38,000
25.WEST VIRGINIA 37,000
26.OKLAHOMA 34,000
27.MARYLAND 33,000
28.CONNECTICUT 32,000
29.OREGON 30,000
30.KANSAS 28,000
31.SOUTH CAROLINA 24,000
32.MISSISSIPPI 23,000
33.DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA 22,000
34.COLORADO 21,000
35.MAINE 21,000
36.ARKANSAS 21,000
37.NEBRASKA 20,000
38.RHODE ISLAND 20,000
39.NEW MEXICO 13,000
40.MONTANA 12,000
41.ARIZONA 11,000
42.SOUTH DAKOTA 11,000
43.UTAH 9,700
44.NEW HAMPSHIRE 9,500
45.IDAHO 9,400
46.VERMONT 8,500
47.NORTH DAKOTA 8,000
48.DELAWARE 4,600
49.HAWAII 4,400
50.WYOMING 4,300