Most Americans want to live in attractive and safe neighborhoods regardless of their ethnic background and most also believe single family homes offer those benefits. But an arm of the left-wing University of California at Berkeley claims these neighborhoods’ legacy is racist.
The Builder website reported in 2013 that the majority of Americans prefer single family homes, according to a 2011 Community Preference Survey from the National Association of Realtors:
Detached, single-family homes are the end goal for the majority of Americans. While 80 percent of the population would prefer to live in a single-family home, seven in ten Americans (70 percent) actually do. Apartment and condo living is only preferred by 8 percent of the population, yet two in 10 Americans (17 percent) live