Mortgage holders concern over rise in interest rates in Great Britain 2014, by gender

This statistic shows the levels of concern among the British men and women, who are mortgage holders, with regards to increases in interest rates impacting their mortgage payments as of July 2014. Approximately 56 percent of male respondents and 47 female respondents were not concerned about a potential rise in interest rates at that time.

Concern levels over any rise in mortgage interest rates within upcoming 12 months among British men and women as of July 2014

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Sources

In cooperation with
Ipsos
Release date

August 2014

Region

United Kingdom (Great Britain)

Survey time period

July 2014

Number of respondents

1,090 respondents

Age group

16+

Method of interview

Omnibus survey

Supplementary notes

The full question was as follows: "Thinking about the next 12 months, to what extent, if at all, are you concerned about any rise in interest rates affecting your mortgage payments? "

Data has been weighted to the known national profile of mortgage holders according to gender, age, working status, region and ethnicity.

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