Problems with housing in Great Britain (United Kingdom) 2014, by tenure type

This statistic shows the issues pertaining to housing quality in Great Britain (UK), according to the British population as of 2014, by type of tenure. Among the home owner occupiers surveyed, most reported that their home had none of the issues mentioned, at 60 percent.

Regardless of how satisfied or dissatisfied you are with it, which of these, if any, apply to your home?

All owner occupiersAll rentersAll Housing Authority or Local Authority renters
It is too small / lacks space16%25%22%
It is too expensive to live here6%19%11%
It is in poor condition8%18%16%
It is too far away from family or friends7%9%5%
It has a negative impact on health of mine or housemates2%8%8%
It is the wrong type of accommodation3%7%7%
It is too far away from my place of work5%6%4%
None of these60%38%45%
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Release date

June 2014


United Kingdom (Great Britain)

Survey time period

May 30 to June 4, 2014

Number of respondents

2,011 respondents

Age group

16 to 75 years old

Method of interview

Online survey

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