On March 28, 2019, the campaign released the results of a national public opinion poll that it commissioned through Hart Research Associates. The poll is the first in several years to extensively assess the extent to which the public considers housing affordability to be a problem in their communities, whether they have had to make sacrifices in other areas of life because of housing costs, whether they expect action from elected officials, whether they are more likely to vote for a candidate that has a detailed plan to address the problem, and their openness to the specific policy solutions outlined in the campaign’s National Policy Agenda. The poll will help inform national policymakers about how the public views the issue of housing affordability, its impacts on other sectors, and specific policy solutions.
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Below you will find the full national survey report; a fact sheet; the survey data; the campaign’s open letter to 2020 presidential candidates; and the campaign’s letter to Congressional Leadership.
Full National Survey ReportFull Report PPT NoEM
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Fact SheetPoll Fact Sheet FINAL NoEM
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To download infographics, click here.
Survey DataSurvey Data
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Open Letter to 2020 Presidential HopefulsOpen Letter PDF
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Letter to Congressional LeadershipOSAH Letter to Congressional Leadership FINAL 4.9
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