The numbers are in: SF homeless population rose 30% since 2017
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July 9, 20195 min read, 945 words

The numbers are in: SF homeless population rose 30% since 2017The numbers are in: SF homeless population rose 30% since 2017

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Published: July 9, 2019  |  5 min read, 945 words
San Francisco’s appalling homeless problem seemed to worsen only modestly compared to the rest of the Bay Area when the city released its preliminary homeless-count numbers in May. The first glimpse showed a 17% uptick — not great, sure, but not as bad as Alameda County’s 43% ris...
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Balanced
July 9, 2019
I like the back and forth feel to this article describing why there are differences in the numbers and what the benefits/drawbacks are to measuring the homeless populations in particular ways.
July 9, 2019
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July 9, 2019
anecdotally i have seen an increase. friends have confirmed.
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Great Context
July 10, 2019
The headline did not do the article justice. Much of this article was about the discrepancy between two polling tactics and speculation on whether that is due to politics to make SF and Bay Area look like the homeless population isn't as bad. However, I think this is great context for the overall topic. A sub-header might have helped the main headline.
July 10, 2019
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