There is no national database on evictions that provides an accurate tally year to year. However, RedFin did a study that estimated that **2,700,000 people faced an eviction in the United States in 2015**.

This eviction counter represents an estimate of how many estimated evictions have occurred in the United States (based on the RedFin data) since the beginning of 2018.

## 2018 Running Eviction Data Estimator

## 2,409,213

Let’s slice and dice this eviction data to see how it breaks down in various timeframes.

### How many evictions happen every month in America?

2,700,000 divided by 12 = 225,000 evictions every month

### How many evictions happen every day in America?

2,700,000 divided by 365 = 7,397 evictions every day

### How many evictions every hour in the US?

7,397 divided by 24 hours = 308 evictions every hour

### How many evictions every minute in America?

308 divided by 60 minutes = 5.13 evictions every minute

### How many seconds go by per eviction in the US?

60 seconds divided by 5.13 means that every 11.69 seconds there is an eviction in the United States

## How many evictions happened during…

Knowing these estimates we can take a curious look at how many evictions occurred during the following events.