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Inconsistent Property Price Surveys Confusing Sheeple

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Multiple house price measures 'confuse' public
House buyers and sellers need a definitive official measure of how property prices are changing, according to the UK's most senior statistician, after concerns that putting out two Government-backed releases confuses the public..../
So, for October, the DCLG reported that house prices increased by 5.5pc over the year to an average £209,466.
However, the Land Registry said prices rose 3.4pc to an average of £165,505.
The Land Registry and the DCLG have now been tasked with working out how to produce just one set of data.

But isn't confusion the best weapon to hide truth?

The Ministry of Propaganda needs to not just combine two sources of government funded information that show BIG increases in property prices but to silence the other sources that all seem to be showing property prices FALLING.

Edited by Realistbear

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Best to do away with them all then and have one government figure that tells the Sheeple houses only ever go up - jump in.

The simplest answer would be to release all the figures on the same day each month, at worst they could simply average them and come up with a new universal monthly figure.

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