The Herald reports:
The Labour Party housing policy for first-home buyers has struck a chord despite the Government’s attempts to write it off as expensive and unrealistic.
Just over 70 per cent of the 500 respondents in the Herald-DigiPoll survey approved of Labour’s promise to enter the housing market to build 100,000 low-cost homes over the next 10 years.
I’m surprised it isn’t 95%. Who is against a political party saying they can wave a magical wand and produce houses $150,000 to $200,000 cheaper than normal. The problem is their numbers simply do not and can not add up. It is a con.Tags: housing, Labour, Polls