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HS diploma or less

86%

12

47%

39

7

5

Some college

87%

11

54%

33

7

4

College grad

90%

9

56%

34

7

1

Post grad work

93%

6

61%

32

4

2

AARP Multicultural Survey July 2001

White

89%

9

55%

34

6

3

Black

84%

13

44%

40

8

5

Hispanic

88%

9

49%

39

5

4

Asian

88%

9

44%

44

7

2

< $30K

75%

21

36%

39

13

8

$30K-<$50K

86%

12

43%

43

9

3

$50K-<$75K

94%

5

57%

37

4

1

$75K-100K

94%

4

67%

27

2

2

$100K or more

96%

3

71%

25

2

1

Full time

91%

7

56%

35

5

2

Part time

86%

10

51%

35

6

4

Retired

82%

15

48%

34

8

7

Homemaker

88%

11

56%

32

8

3

Unemployed

66%

30

29%

37

18

12

Excellent health

95%

4

74%

21

3

1

Very good

93%

4

60%

33

3

1

Good

89%

8

47%

42

7

1

Fair

78%

19

32%

46

13

6

Poor

56%

40

20%

36

13

27

88%

10

51%

37

6

4

88%

10

54%

34

7

3

Caregivers of parents/children

89%

9

54%

35

6

3

Sandwiched between parents/children

91%

8

56%

35

5

3

Table 7: Life Satisfaction by Demographic Characteristics

89%

8

52%

37

5

3

87%

11

53%

34

7

4

Q4. Would you say you are very satisfied, somewhat satisfied, somewhat dissatisfied or very dissatisfied with the way your life is going these days?

Male Female

45-49 50-55

Total

Dissatisfied

Some- Very what

6

3

Satisfied Dissatisfied

Satisfied

88%

9

Very Some- what

53%

35

Prepared for AARP by Belden Russonello & Stewart and Research/Strategy/Management Page 24

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