South West: Attitudes Towards Homelessness Survey

The Salvation Army compares public attitudes to the reality.

More than half of people in South West do nothing when they see someone who is homeless”

“…a worrying gap between the reality of what it’s like to be homeless and the perception of the general public.”

“..a lack of understanding around who can be affected by homelessness…”

“Our extensive experience has shown us that homelessness can affect anyone, and so it is surprising that the Ipsos MORI poll has revealed 46 per cent of people in the South West don’t think that they, or someone close to them could ever experience homelessness. “

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