More Americans now say they prefer a community with big houses, even if local amenities are farther away

Posted on AllSides August 28th, 2021
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Americans today are more likely than they were in the fall of 2019 to express a preference for living in a community where “houses are larger and farther apart, but schools, stores and restaurants are several miles away,” according to a Pew Research Center survey conducted July 8-18, 2021.

There has been a corresponding drop in the share saying they would prefer to live somewhere with smaller houses that are “closer to each other, but schools, stores and restaurants are within walking distance.”

This shift has occurred during the coronavirus outbreak and...

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