Demand for greater government action in dealing with empty houses in the UK in 2014

Should central government place a higher priority on tackling empty homes?

by Statista Research Department, last edited Nov 27, 2014
Demand for greater government action in dealing with empty houses in the UK in 2014 This statistic presents the opinion of adults in the United Kingdom (UK) on whether central government should focus more on tackling empty homes as of 2014. A total of 46 percent of respondents said that they tend to agree and another 32 percent that they strongly agree with the need of greater government action in that respect.
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Should central government place a higher priority on tackling empty homes?

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