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Homeowning impact on parents outlook United Kingdom (UK) February 2015, by child age

Share of parents that believe better prospects for homeowning would make them feel the outlook for their children is improving in the United Kingdom as of February 2015, by child age

by Statista Research Department, last edited Feb 13, 2015
Homeowning impact on parents outlook United Kingdom (UK) February 2015, by child age This statistic illustrates the share of parents that believe better prospects for homeowning would make them feel the outlook for their children is improving in the United Kingdom as of February 2015, by child age. It can be seen that 52 percent of the parents of 11-15 year olds would have an improved outlook on their child's future if their were better homeowning prospects at that time.
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Share of parents that believe better prospects for homeowning would make them feel the outlook for their children is improving in the United Kingdom as of February 2015, by child age

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