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Figure 8: Housing Type 70% 2014 2010 2006 Percent (%) 60% 50% 40% 30% 20% 10% Other Homeless Transitional Housing Living with relatives Rooming/Lo dging Homeowner / Mortgage Private Rent Public Rent 0% Unlike the 2010 survey, both females and males were equally likely to report living in publicly rented accommodation (13.5% respectively). Males were more likely than females to report living with relatives (12.1% vs 5%) and being homeless (4% vs 0.5%). Females, on the other hand, were more likely than males report residing in rooming/lodging houses (4.5% vs 2.7%) and to be a homeowner/mortgagee (8.4% vs 1.3%). Table 24: Housing Type by Gender Male Female Total No. No. No. Private Rent 47 105 Public Rent 10 Homeowner/Mortgage Proportion of females for each type of housing (%) Proportion of males (%) Proportion of females (%) 152 63.5% 59.3% 69% 24 34 13.5% 13.5% 70.5% 1 15 16 1.3% 8.4% 93.7% Rooming/Lodging