Wednesday October 21, 2020

Government could end up falling through gap in housing market

A recent survey has revealed a surprising number of people affected by the current crisis, and three-quarters think those in power are doing a poor job in solving the problem

21st October, 2018

As the housing and the homelessness crisis continues to dominate the national conversation, Coyne Research and The Sunday Business Post decided to conduct a poll to unearth the extent of the situation: who it affects, what the long-term social impact will be and to what extent it may drive voter behaviour in the election, whenever it happens.

We first sought to establish the nature of accommodation of those being polled. Just over 50 per cent...

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