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Americans Consider Housing Policy in 2012 Election

As Americans consider the best candidates for the 2012 presidential and congressional elections, housing is at the forefront of the debate for many. About 70 percent of Americans say a candidate's position on housing could sway their vote, according to a survey released by Move, Inc. However, Americans differ in their views of what the housing market needs most. The survey found 30.9 percent of Americans believe the next president's priority for his or her first 100 days in office should be helping homeowners avoid foreclosures.

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About Author: Krista Franks Brock

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Krista Franks Brock is a regular contributor to DSNews.com and TheMReport.com. She previously served as managing editor of DS News magazine. Prior to joining DS News, she was managing editor of Southern Distinction, a regional lifestyle magazine based in Athens, Georgia. She is currently a freelance writer and editor for various online and print publications. She holds degrees in journalism and art from the University of Georgia, where she also earned a minor in Spanish.

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