Survey: Municipal Leaders Want to Boost Housing Unit Supply

Survey: Municipal Leaders Want to Boost Housing Unit Supply



The Boston University Initiative on Cities recently announced the results of its 2018 Menino Survey of Mayors, a nationally representative survey of mayoral thoughts and challenges on today’s top issues. According to the survey, which is based on interviews with a representative sample of 110 mayors from 37 states, municipal leaders believe that insufficient living-wage jobs (32 percent) and high housing costs (27 percent) are the top two obstacles to achieving social mobility for residents.

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