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Females rank both indoor air quality and amount of daylight higher than males!
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May 7, 2015

Females rank both indoor air quality and amount of daylight higher than males!

If moving to a new house, 29 % of European males rank both indoor air quality and the amount of daylight of the highest importance, and 41% of European females rank both indoor air quality and the amount of daylight of the highest importance.

Source: Healthy Homes Barometer 2015, An annual study of European citizens’ attitudes and behaviour regarding
home comfort, energy consumption and environmental impact, The Healthy Homes Barometer is accompanied academically by Prof. Dr. Dr. h. c. Bernd Wegener, Humboldt University Berlin.