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AARP Multicultural Survey July 2001

White

48

48

Black

52

45

Hispanic

57

37

Asian

53

40

Under $30,000

53

44

$30,000–<$50,000

52

45

$50,000–<$75,000

51

44

$75,000–<$100,000

50

46

$100,000 or more

44

53

Despite their positive beliefs about providing care to older relatives, older baby boomers are, as the responses reported in table 40 indicate, divided about whether the experience makes them more optimistic about their own old age.

HS diploma or less

54

43

Some college

52

44

College degree

45

51

Post-grad work

43

52

Caregivers of parents/children Caregivers for elders

52 56

44 42

Sandwiched between parents/children

49

47

Table 40: Effects of Caregiving on Outlook for Own Old Age

Yes

No

(%)

(%)

Male

47

49

Female

53

44

Q77. (Based on N= 2162 respondents who help care for/financially support older relatives) Has helping and caring for your relatives or friends as they age: made you feel more optimistic about your

own old age?

Total

50

46

Prepared for AARP by Belden Russonello & Stewart and Research/Strategy/Management Page 75

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