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Poll: Not enough is being done to address housing crisis

Words: Laura Edgar
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More than 50 per cent of the British public think that housing has not been discussed enough in the past few years, according to the results of an Ipsos Mori survey.

Of the 2,181 adults in Great Britain who responded to the poll, 73 per cent believe there is a housing crisis in Britain, and 67 per cent say the government can do something about it.

Ipsos Mori conducted the survey on behalf of the Chartered Institute of Housing (CIH).

It finds that 55 per cent of the public, and separately 68 per cent of those renting, think housing has not been d.....Sign Up or Login to read full article

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