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How Much Do We Know?: Public Awareness of the Nationís Fair Housing Laws
Martin D. Abravanel & Mary K. Cunningham (a.); Lawrence L. Thompson (foreword). Public awareness of federal fair housing laws is important to ensuring equal opportunity in housing. However, there is little national documentation of the extent of such awareness. This report attempts to redress this situation by setting forth the results of a systematic survey of the American public on its understanding of the Federal Fair Housing Act. The survey assessed public awareness of & support for fair housing law & individualsí perceptions concerning whether they had ever experienced housing discrimination. The findings show that there is widespread knowledge of & support for most fair housing protections & prohibitions. However, the public understands & supports some areas of the law more than others.
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