A new analysis by The Next Weights shows how Portland’s homeless population is growing and where they live.
The city’s homeless count is on track to reach 4,938 by 2020, up from 3,716 in 2010, according to the analysis.
The citywide count has seen a rapid growth from about 5,000 in 2010 to over 50,000 by 2020.
That means Portland is already approaching a “high-density homeless population,” the report found.
In the Portland area, the report says, more than 80 percent of people living on the streets are between the ages of 16 and 64, and the percentage of people in wheelchairs or with a disability has grown by more than 40 percent in the past five years.
In addition, the homeless population in Portland is growing at a faster rate than in other U.S. cities.
The report found that the homeless numbers in Portland grew from 4,868 in 2010 and 4,684 in 2010-11 to 5,878 in 2020 and 5,880 in 2020-21.
However, the increase in the homeless in Portland has come at a higher rate than that in other cities.
More than a third of the homeless people in Portland are between 16 and 20 years old, and that figure jumped from 26.3 percent in 2010.
In fact, in Portland, the number of people between the age of 16 to 24 increased by more.
In fact, the rate of growth in the total homeless population was twice that of the number living on public assistance.
The report found the citywide homelessness numbers grew at the fastest rate in the nation over the past decade, even as the state’s rate of homelessness grew by about 8.3 percentage points.
Portland has been the top offender in terms of growth, with a growth rate of 13.6 percent in 2020, nearly triple the national average of about 5.9 percent.
“While the number and rate of people experiencing homelessness in Portland may be higher than other cities, we are still far behind the national growth rate,” the analysis found.
The study also found that a growing number of Portland residents are now living in tents and encampments, where they are at greater risk of exposure to infections and the spread of disease.
While more than 1,500 people have been arrested for crimes committed in Portland in the last five years, the city’s number of cases per 100,000 residents is still below the national median.
Meanwhile, the region’s rate was higher than the national rate.
In Oregon, for example, the national population of people over 16 is 1.6,946, and there are nearly 3,000 cases per 1,000 people.
In contrast, Portland has an overall rate of 0.9,749.
When the number-crunchers look at Portland, they find that the city has one of the lowest rates of homelessness in the country, and their analysis also found a higher number of arrests in the city than in the other states.