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Crisis Conundrum

In a new survey by the Bay Area Council, 79 percent of respondents said that they felt the housing situation and home prices had reached crisis levels. However, only 15% of respondents strongly agreed that they support building new housing in their neighborhood and only 11 percent of respondents said they strongly support the development of new housing if it makes their city denser. More than 70% of residents also felt that traffic has reached crisis levels. [SF Business Times]