Report by the ABI

Approximately 35% of people in the lowest-income households - less than £10,000 per year - have no insurance, according to the findings of a report by the Association of British Insurers. The research also revealed that only 44% of people in the poorest households had home contents insurance, compared to nearly twice as many as those with average incomes.

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