Survey finds young people prefer campervans

A survey of 2000 adults aged 25-35, by, has found that thanks to the high cost of living, some 31% of them would consider living in a campervan. 

The survey posed the question that to save money on the cost of living, which of the following alternative accommodation options would the respondents consider.

The choices ranged from sharing a room and even a bed, to living on a houseboat and in a campervan. While nearly 45% said they wouldn’t entertain any of the choices, the most popular answer for those who said they were prepared to rough it to some degree was for living in a campervan. Around half said they would only be willing to put up with the alternative accommodation for up to three months though.


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