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Table 3. Housing: Comparisons by Sexual Orientation, Gender Identity, and Background Characteristics, continued Top 6 Reasons to move among those who are not competent about their housing stability

Total Sexual orientation Lesbians Gay Men Bisexualsa Gender identity Transgender Non-transgender Gender Female Male Age 60-69 70-79 80 and older Race and Ethnicity White Hispanic African American Asian American Below 200% Poverty Level Yes No Education Some college or less 4 years of college or more Relationship status Partnered, legally recognized Partnered, not legally recognized Not married or partnered Living arrangement Living alone Living with others HIV/AIDS (men) Yes No

Economic reasons

Health reasons

Different needs with aging

Lack of stability

Need to move out of SF

Rising crime rate

%

%

%

%

%

%

54.41

44.36

39.95

20.59

12.01

11.03

50.00 55.71 52.17

47.78 43.93 30.43

46.67 38.93 26.09

14.44 20.00 47.83*‡

14.44 11.43 13.04

4.44* 12.86 4.35

78.95* 53.25

52.63 44.16

36.84 40.26

42.11* 19.48

15.79 11.95

21.05 10.39

54.21 54.95

44.86 44.03

40.19 39.25

19.63 21.16

14.02 11.26

4.67* 13.31

56.67 45.05 64.71

39.33* 57.14 64.71

38.33 45.05 41.18

20.67 23.08 5.88

14.67* 3.30 11.76

12.00 8.79 5.88

56.88 46.88 36.84 42.86

45.00 37.50 26.32 42.86

41.56 37.50 21.05 35.71

20.31 12.50 15.79 28.57

12.19 9.38 10.53 14.29

9.38* 25.00 10.53 0.00

52.00 56.44

42.40 45.83

31.20* 44.70

32.00* 15.53

8.80 13.64

19.20* 6.44

53.28 54.96

32.79* 48.94

22.95* 46.81

23.77 19.15

9.84 13.12

20.49* 7.09

51.72 57.89 53.18

43.10 46.05 44.57

50.00 38.16 37.83

12.07 19.74 22.47

18.97 14.47 9.74

8.62 11.84 11.24

53.17 56.86

47.22 40.52

39.29 41.18

22.22 18.30

9.13* 16.34

13.49 7.19

58.00 53.40

39.00 46.60

36.00 40.84

18.00 23.04

10.00 12.04

15.00 12.57

Note. Pearson’s χ2 tests or Fisher’s exact tests were applied; * indicates statistically significant relationship between variables at p < .05. a Due to small sample size, we were unable to distinguish between bisexual women and men in comparisons with lesbians and gay men. ‡ Indicates that a p value remains <.05 in adjusted logistic regressions after controlling for age, income, and education; adjusted tests were applied to comparisons of sexual orientation and gender identity.

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