Homeowners in electoral battleground states have a particular problem with negative equity, according to data analyzed by U.S. News & World Report.

Florida topped the list of underwater homes in those states with 46.3% of mortgaged properties, according data from Zillow (Z). Ohio followed at 32.2%.

While the rest, like New Hampshire and Colorado, fell below the national mark of 31.4%, the tallies still represent a housing issue little-discussed in the presidential race.

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