This study was performed to investigate the average fasting blood sugar levels from various Homeless and the old at nursing homes. Subjects (297 Homeless and 190 aged people) were examined in April, 2011 to June, 2010 in Daegu city area and only fasting blood sugar was measured. Subjects consist of 274 (56.30%) men and 213 (43.70%) women but primarily comprise over 60s. Blood was collected by veinpuncture, centrifuged and analyzed by TBA-C8000. The number of each subject for blood sugar levels of men groups were shown 197 (40.50%) with under 110, 24 (4.90%) with 110~125, and 53 (10.90%) with over 126. On the other hand, 127 (26.10%) with under 110, 33 (6.80%) with 110~125 and 53 (10.90%) with over 126 from women groups. This means that the average prevalence rate of diabetes is approximately 10% at each sex. Depending on age, the fasting blood sugar level over 126 increased with advancing age but the significance of results was not shown. Two groups, Homeless and aged people at nursing homes, the fasting blood sugar level was alittle high (2.9%) from Homeless but not significant. Regular blood sugar test and HbA1c test for people could be play an important role to prevent diabetic disorders under the government’s interest.