Mortgage holders cutbacks to meet 150 GBP rate increase Great Britain 2014, by gender

This statistic shows the types of expenditure that male and female mortgage holders in Great Britain were willing to cut back on to cover their mortgage repayments, in case the rate went up by 150 British pounds, as of July 2014. Approximately 63 percent of female respondents and 60 percent of male respondents claimed to cut back on luxury spending in order to manage the mortgage repayments better in such situation.

If the amount you currently spend on your mortgage was 150 GBP higher, which of these would you be most likely to cut back on?

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Release date

August 2014


United Kingdom (Great Britain)

Survey time period

July 2014

Number of respondents

1,090 respondents

Age group


Method of interview

Omnibus survey

Supplementary notes

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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