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About 80% of new mortgage originations are backed by the federal government

About 80% of new mortgage originations are backed by the federal government

One of the goals of housing finance reform is to increase the supply of private risk capital in the housing market. 

Source: 2014, Johnson Crapo GSE Discussion Draft: A Few Suggestions for Improvement
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In 2012, 96% of gains in charitable giving were offset by losses in giving

In 2012, 96% of gains in charitable giving were offset by losses in giving

Gains of $769 million from new, current, and previously lapsed donors were nearly canceled out by losses of $735 million.

Source: 2013, 2013 Fundraising Effectiveness Survey Report
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12%: The drop in adjusted gross income reported on individual income tax returns from 2007-09

12%: The drop in adjusted gross income reported on individual income tax returns from 2007-2009

Adjusted gross income (AGI) reported by taxpayers with income of $1 million or more fell by almost half.

Source: 2012, Changes in Reported Income, 2007-2009
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In 2012, nonprofits lost 105 donors for every 100 gained

In 2012, nonprofits lost 105 donors for every 100 gained

That year, nonprofits experienced negative growth in donors: gains of 866,000 were offset by losses of 909,000.

Source: 2013, 2013 Fundraising Effectiveness Survey Report
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18% of LGBTQ youth engaged in survival sex dislike “everything” about trading sex

For many respondents, trading sex seemed like the most effective way to meet their basic needs, like food and shelter.

Source: 2015, Surviving the Streets of New York: Experiences of LGBTQ Youth, YMSM, and YWSW Engaged in Survival Sex
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Over 1/3 of depressed low-income mothers haven’t seen a doctor or taken meds for their depression

Over 1/3 depressed low income mothers haven’t seen a doctor or taken meds for their depression

Uninsured mothers are less likely to receive treatment: 49.4 percent got no treatment, compared with 33.1 percent of insured.

Source: 2013, Depression in Low-Income Mothers of Young Children: Are They Getting the Treatment They Need?
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