ConnecticutPost tells MHProNews.com Hawaii ranks at the bottom of the list in terms of manufactured homes as a percentage of all housing with only .02 percent, followed by Connecticut, Massachusetts, and Rhode Island with .08 percent, according to 2010 U.S. Census figures. The figure for Connecticut fell from .09 percent in 2009, where there are 11,000 manufactured homes spread among 210 communities with approximately 20,000 residents. At the other end of the scale, North Carolina’s manufactured homes account for 17.6 percent of its housing units, followed by New Mexico with 16.5 percent and West Virginia with 16.1 percent. The Manufactured Housing Institute (MHI) estimates there are 22 million people nationwide living in 9.5 million manufactured homes.
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