Monday, May 9, 2022

Majority of Canadian non-homeowners have “given up” on buying a home, poll finds

Global News in Canada shows that the dream of homeownership is looking increasingly bleak for a majority of Canadians shut out of the so-called housing market, according to a new poll from Ipsos.

The survey conducted exclusively for Global News shows six out of 10 (63 per cent) non-homeowners have "given up" on ever owning a home. 

That sentiment is highest in British Columbia, Quebec and Ontario, the polling shows.  

Anne Gaviola reports on the new findings, and whether measures meant to clear a path to homeownership will certainly have an impact.

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