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Goldfish, you should check on the definition of 'household' from the census bureau before you start bashing OP's arithmetic.

In short, not all people live in households. The census will denote them s 'group quarters' populations. Among those who do not count as households are those who live in military bases, jails, or in college dorms. And we have lots of those kinds of people in DC.

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