Housing Costs: Renters More Worried Than Homeowners
American renters are nearly twice as likely to worry about not being able to pay their housing costs as homeowners, according to a Gallup survey. 63 percent of renters with an annual wage of $30,000 or less are very or moderately concerned about paying their accommodation costs compared to 47 percent of homeowners. That trend does not change according to income level with renters earning high wages also fretting about their finances.
This chart shows the percentage very/moderately worried about being able to pay rent, mortgage or other housing costs in the United States.
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