It's one thing being on the dole and quite another abusing the dole. In spite of the leftist lies told about Republicans, we are not for getting rid of all social safety nets. We are for reducing them by putting the sloths back to work. Only those who have absolutely no choice should be on them.
Furthermore there is something extremely wrong with a social system where people who elect not to work live better in many cases than people who do work. People who don't work can have as large of a family as they desire. Most working families can't do that. The non-working have free medical care and not have to worry about one bill. Many working families don't have that. There are lowlifes that live in the suburbs without lifting a finger. Many working families can't afford these suburbs. There are non-working who keep their heat on 82 degrees 24/7 during the winter months. Many working families can't do that.
I've been a landlord for over 20 years, and I can tell you that there is no criteria as to who will be a good tenant and who will be a bad one. I've had people here who F-d up the place that were working and making great money. I have tenants here now who are not making good money and a couple with bad credit, but they've been with me for years and I wouldn't trade them for the most credible tenants out there.
It's all in the luck of the draw.
Money, or lack thereof, is not a criteria for who will make a good tenant.
No wonder you got so many stories as to your tenant issues. You need to look at the more salient things that would contribute to being a good tenant.
Try looking at their previous tenancy. Try conversing with those who know them. Try looking at their character.
It ain't rocket science. If you listen to me, you won't have to keep burdening us on this thread with what the heck your tenants are up to!