Gallup: Americans not as optimistic about homeownership

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Homeownership Losing Role As The Lynchpin Of The American Dream. Written by Mechele Dickerson, University of Texas at Austin. for many Americans, homeownership is no longer a core component of the American Dream.. are not optimistic about the direction of the US economy. And those fears about the economy made them less optimistic about.

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At the start of 2019, Americans' optimism about their personal finances reached levels not seen in more than 16 years, Americans remain least concerned about being able to pay their housing costs (30%) and making the.

Video Request Cappy on Homeownership While Americans are generally more positive about homebuying, they are still a bit less optimistic than they were the past two years, according to a new survey from Gallup. The survey is based on.

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The only time Americans were less optimistic about blacks' ability to. Currently, 70% say blacks have the same chance as whites to get any housing they. For results based on the sample of 1,320 non-Hispanic whites, the.

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Americans continue to see homeownership as integral to the American Dream. Most who do not own a home aspire to do so, and Americans across the board see access to a mortgage as a problem. Homeownership is seen as linked to wealth building, to investing for retirement, and to quality of life.

Homeownership – Meanwhile, the percentage of Americans who. time periods, Gallup covers only adults age 18 and over, while the NHIS covers all ages, including children. NHIS said the 1.1 million.

WASHINGTON, D.C. — More Americans who do not currently own a home say they do not think they will buy a home in "the foreseeable future,".