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44 % feel ‘we’re still in the middle of the housing crisis’

serious_problem_Wallpaper__yvt2By Marian McPherson | inman

Americans’ opinions on the current housing market and their experiences in finding affordable housing were explored in the just-released “How Housing Matters Survey,” a joint effort by The MacArthur Foundation, Kresge Foundation, Melville Charitable Trust and Hart Research Associates.

The research involved phone interviews with 1,200 adults over the course of two weeks, and the results showed a growing pessimism about the ability to find safe, sanitary and affordable housing for themselves and their families.

According to the survey, 81 percent of respondents said that housing affordability is a problem — and furthermore, 60 percent of respondents characterized it as a “serious problem.”


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