When it comes to Canadian house prices, a new report has found that most residents are not feeling great about the market right now. \nThe 2021 Housing Pain Index by the Angus Reid Institute surveyed over 5,000 Canadians and found that "at least 55 per cent of residents in every province canvassed are either Uncomfortable or Miserable." \nEditor's Choice: 3 Canadian Universities Just Got Ranked Among The Best In The World In 2021\n\n \nAlberta had the worst results, with 35% of respondents feeling uncomfortable and 29% feeling miserable when it comes to housing. \nFor the country as a whole, 36% of respondents feel uncomfortable while 24% feel miserable. \nAngus Reid also broke down the demographics for the "miserable" part of the population and found that they are young people most likely to have lower income, that 42% are renters, and that, while most of them want to get into the market, they reportedly can't afford it.