About half of all homeowners (48%) say the value of their house has declined during the recession (26% say “‘a lot,” and 22% say “a little”). A third say their homes have held their value during the recession, and one-in-eight say their homes have increased in value. Homeowners most likely to report their home lost value include those who are middle-aged, upper income and live in the West. Also, Republicans (52%) are more likely than Democrats (42%) to say their house has lost value.