March 13, 2018 by Staff
Altogether, the poll of 1,000 Canadians found 15% of millennials say they don’t have insurance at all, compared to 8% of Generation Xers and 6% of baby boomers. For those young Canadians who are renting, only 22% had tenant insurance, compared to 31% of Gen-Xers and 44% of baby boomers.
The survey also found that millennials were more likely to turn to their emergency fund than insurance, with Ratehub.ca hypothesizing that for certain individuals, insurance isn’t a priority until major life changes arise—such as buying a home or starting a family.
Furthermore, 44% of millennials said they feel most Canadians only have a fair or poor understanding of their insurance coverage. They overwhelmingly listed getting a good rate as the most important factor in choosing their coverage, followed by the ease in signing up for coverage, and a convenient claims process.
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