Red & Blue: White House Impacts Housing Choices

Americans largely consider it important to live in communities where people share their political views, though most have not considering moving somewhere based on politics, according to a survey released by realtor.com. The survey – conducted ahead of next week’s presidential and congressional elections – found that younger Americans are more inclined to let political views drive where they live. The survey found: 55 percent of Americans consider it important to live in a place with people who share their political views, while 23 percent it was “not very important” and the rest were indifferent.61 percent of 18- to 34-year-olds considered it important, while 49 percent of those 55 and over considered it important.20 percent of respondents said they had…