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Have you ever come up against housing discrimination as a survivor of domestic violence? closed

  • Yes, a landlord tried to evict me on grounds related to abuse my partner inflicted on me.
  • Yes, I was unable to break a lease without penalty when I needed to move for my safety.
  • Both of the above.
  • No, I’ve always been lucky to have a landlord that was not discriminatory in any way.

Results

  • No, I’ve always been lucky to have a landlord that was not discriminatory in any way. 48 votes
  • Yes, a landlord tried to evict me on grounds related to abuse my partner inflicted on me. 42 votes
  • Yes, I was unable to break a lease without penalty when I needed to move for my safety. 34 votes
  • Both of the above. 31 votes
  • No, I’ve always been lucky to have a landlord that was not discriminatory in any way. 48 votes
  • Yes, a landlord tried to evict me on grounds related to abuse my partner inflicted on me. 42 votes
  • Yes, I was unable to break a lease without penalty when I needed to move for my safety. 34 votes
  • Both of the above. 31 votes

Total Participation (155 participants)

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