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Salvation Army economic and social impact survey (ESIS) 2016

Policy Online carries a link (25.5.16) to a Salvation Army Australia report analysing the economic and social stresses under which many Australians are currently living.

‘The Salvation Army’s Economic and Social Impact Survey 2016 surveyed more than 1600 clients across Australia.

‘It found that, for instance, a massive 68% of clients living in private rental properties or paying off a mortgage experience extreme housing stress – using nearly two thirds of their disposable income on housing and accommodation.’

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