More than half of Americans are worried about not having enough money to pay their mortgage or rent, according to a survey from the Washington Post released today. A third of respondents were "very concerned" about their ability to make housing payments, while a fifth were "somewhat concerned," adding up to 53 percent of respondents. This contrasts to the results of similar surveys the newspaper conducted in February 2009 and December 2008.In the 2008 survey, 37 percent of respondents said they were at least "somewhat concerned" about making their housing payments. By February 2009, that figure had risen to 46 percent. Princeton Survey Research Associates International conducted the survey for the Washington Post Oct.21-24. The company interviewed a random national sample of 1,006 adults on both conventional and mobile phones. The results have a margin of error of plus or minus 3.5 percentage points."The poll results highlight the political chall...
by Andrew Wetzel | on Mar 22, 2017
by Gill South | 17 hours
by Brad Inman | 2 days
by Andrea V. Brambila | 1 day
by Brad Inman | on Mar 21, 2017