Well certainly the residents interviewed by the papers. We don't know what all the residents think. Anyway if everyone is happy then fine. I am,however,wary about certain papers pushing this idea of rich and poor. If you live in a nice house and have a nice garden that makes you rich? Probably half the people in the owned residences are actually skint, paying their mortgages and service charges...so its not good to start defining people as rich and poor,pointing the finger and creating divisions in people's minds. It leads to envy and rich and poor mind-set. Frank may well think it's piffle tosh and nonsense and he's entitled to his opinion but I am wary of what is being pushed here. What next? Poor kids need to share a bedroom while rich kids don't? Let's make housing fairer? Using children to make the point of course triggers an emotional reaction in people. It wouldn't have sounded half as sensational if the article had been about adults.