Q. What do you think would be the impact on house prices of limiting negative gearing?
|Total||Vote Labor||Vote Lib/Nat||Vote Greens||Vote other|
|House prices would fall||24%||22%||34%||18%||23%|
|House prices would continue to rise but at a slower rate||31%||33%||31%||37%||32%|
|House prices would continue to rise at the same rate||13%||11%||14%||13%||18%|
31% think that limiting negative gearing would mean house prices would continue to rise but at a slower rate. 24% think house prices would fall. Only 13% think it would have no impact on house prices.
34% of Liberal/National voters think house process would fall compared to 22% of Labor voters and 18% of Greens voters.
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