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Only one-fourth of the nation’s homeowners have made structural changes to their homes to make them more secure against a natural disaster, according to a survey from an insurance agent’s group.

A survey released today by Trusted Choice, the Alexandria, Va.-based Independent Insurance Agents & Brokers of America’s branding initiative, and the IIABA found that 28 percent of homeowners made changes to their homes since 2003 that would make the homes more secure in the wake of a natural disaster. Additionally, only 31 percent in the South made changes, and in the Gulf Coast region the number was 37 percent.

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