The poor:

Unless a deal is reached to change the course of the cuts, housing programs would be hit particularly hard, with about 125,000 individuals and families put at risk of becoming homeless, the Department of Housing and Urban Development estimated. An additional 100,000 formerly homeless people might be removed from emergency shelters or other housing arrangements because of the cuts, the agency said.

Also hard hit: The State of Virginia, though that's mostly because it has "a suburbia grown fat and happy on a federal spending boom in the past decade, primarily military."