Researchers report renters who don’t pay up are more likely to be evicted in southeastern Wisconsin than in any other part of the state. Eviction rates in Racine, Kenosha, and Milwaukee counties are well above the national average. At three-point-nine percent, the Racine County eviction rate is almost double the national rate. An official with the Wisconsin Works agency in that county says the people who come in seeking eviction help are usually low-income, single parents. Researchers at Princeton University compiled statistics from a 16-year period, ending in 2016.