Block group established around Steel Bridge, the Willamette River, Fremont Bridge, N. Russel Street, N. Williams Avenue / NE Thompson Street, and the NE Martin Luther King Jr. Boulevard / NE Hancock Street / NE 1st Avenue / NE Weidler Street, Pacific Highway, and the BNSF Railroad
Here, there are 181 predicted violent crimes per year. The expected violent crime rate is somewhere around 210 crimes per 1,000 residents. 28% of the households in the block group in Portland, OR, are currently living with less than %10,000 a year (highest 3% nationally).
Plus, 65% of the residents decided to move in less than four years ago. Residents that are still living in this block have a hard time finding hobs, so it makes sense why the unemployment rate was higher here than in 96% of U.S. block groups nationwide.
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These are all democratic run cities!!! That should tell you everything.
It’s time to end the CIRCUS and find a REAL LEADER who can solve economic, political, and international problems!
The Marxist Liberal Social Utopia of Los Angeles, San Francisco, Seattle and KC appears to be troubled with reality of being the greatest crime centers of the US. Liberalism a “failed philosophy of emotional self indulgence and social irresponsibility” (RJL) rears its ugly head here in black and white.
Report the truth and stun the looney liberals into reality but then they can’t deal with reality as there wrapped in their self serving world of “feel good” failed logic. RJ/L