What Americans Really Think About Airbnb and Home-Sharing

Have you been doing enough to raise awareness about the short-term rental industry? A new analysis from the Pew Research Center discovered that the majority of adults in America have used a peer-to-peer service within the sharing economy, but have yet to use a home-sharing platform. The study also found that most Americans are unaware of the regulatory battles that are being waged at the local and state levels to determine the fate of the industry. Despite this lack of awareness and experience with home-sharing services, the majority of Americans are still in favor of legalizing the industry and making it tax free for those who host their properties. With an abundance of positive support from the American people, there is a lot of potential support to garner against oppressive regulations.

Source: Skift – What Americans Really Think About Airbnb and Home-Sharing

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