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Across 26 US metros, majority of people say they have experienced housing discrimination

Though fair housing laws have been in place for nearly 60 years, a majority of people — particularly renters, young adults and people of color — report facing housing discrimination

  • Fifty-seven percent of all respondents in a recent Zillow survey reported experiencing housing discrimination of some kind. 
  • LGBTQ+ individuals were most likely to say they have experienced discrimination. 
  • However, fewer than half of respondents said fair housing is important to them or their families — highlighting how much work is needed to educate people about these laws.

SEATTLE, April 25, 2024 /PRNewswire/ — Most people say they have experienced housing discrimination, with younger generations, renters, LGBTQ+ people and people of color more likely to say fair housing is an issue facing them and their families, according to a recent Zillow survey of 26 major U.S. metropolitan areas. 

Originally published at https://www.prnewswire.com/news-releases/across-26-us-metros-majority-of-people-say-they-have-experienced-housing-discrimination-302127023.html
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