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Health (%)

Economic concerns (%)

Family issues (%)

Societal (%)

Retirement (%)

Other (%)

37

31

20

13

4

6

39 31 33 26

32 28 30 32

20 19 21 20

13 11 15 10

4 2 3 2

5 8 6 9

33 41

32 31

17 24

14 12

4 4

5 6

35 38

33 30

22 18

15 11

3 5

5 6

33 39 40 38

28 34 31 35

20 20 22 19

11 14 13 16

3 5 4 6

8 6 4 4

37 33 38 38 42

30 33 31 37 30

18 22 22 20 20

12 13 14 13 14

2 4 6 5 5

8 6 5 3 4

AARP Multicultural Survey July 2001

Table 12 shows the correlates of different future worries by breaking them out according to respondents’ demographic attributes. Whites, high-income people, and women are most focused on health, whereas other concerns about economic, familial, and societal issues are relatively uniformly spread among different types of people.

Table 12: Worries by Demographic Characteristics

Q7. Thinking about the next five years, what worries or concerns do you have, regarding yourself or your family? Anything else?

Caregivers of parents/children

35

33

25

15

3

6

Sandwiched between parents/children

34

32

27

14

3

5

Total

White Black Hispanic Asian

Male Female

45—49 50—55

HS diploma or less Some college College degree Post-grad work

Under $30,000 $30,000–<$50,000 $50,000–<$75,000 $75,000–<$100,000 $100,000 or more

Prepared for AARP by Belden Russonello & Stewart and Research/Strategy/Management Page 31

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