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A recent report from Zillow Economic Research surveyed Americans' feelings on climate change and initiatives to address its effects, breaking down responses by age groups.

The Zillow Housing Aspirations Report found most young adults ages 18 through 34 believe climate change will affect them personally. Nearly two-thirds (62%) of 18-to 34-year-olds said they expect climate change will affect their homes or communities "somewhat" or "a great deal" at some point in their lifetimes. Roughly half (51%) of 35–to 54-year-olds said the same, compared to 49% of respondents 55 and older.

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Danielle Ling

Danielle Ling is an experienced video journalist and business reporter. As associate editor, Danielle manages all multimedia and reports on industry news and risk-related coverage, managing all weather-related content. A University of Maryland and Philip Merrill College of Journalism alum, Danielle previously served as a video journalist for Verizon FiOS 1 News NJ, Push Pause. Connect with Danielle on LinkedIn or email her at [email protected].