Monday, 3 July 2017

Housing In Crisis But Government Can Do Something

Three-quarters of Britons think that there is a national housing crisis according to research for the CIH’s annual conference.
Undertaken before the Grenfell tragedy, the survey found 82% agree that “everyone should have a right to be able to live in a decent quality home whether or not they own it”. Only 5% disagree.
The survey also found:
·         The public largely reject the notion that there is “isn’t much that British Governments can do to solve country’s housing problems”
·         buying/renting is harder than it was for their parents’ generation
·         there is not enough affordable housing to buy/rent locally,
·         Confidence that the Government has the right policies to deal with the country’s housing problems remains low

Read more on the Ipsos Mori website.

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