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Q80. (Based on N=2162 respondents who help care for/financially caring for older relatives or friends has caused a lot of stress, stress in your relationship with: your parents or in-laws? A lot of stress (%) 3

Total

White Black Hispanic Asian

3 1 3 3

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

2 4 3 2

Live with parents or in-laws

6

Caregivers of parents/children Caregivers for elders

3 4

Sandwiched between parents/children

2

Some stress

Not much stress

No stress (%)

(%) 13

(%) 9

73

12

9

74

10

11

73

16

6

71

23

8

61

11

7

78

13

8

72

13

11

73

18

13

64

AARP Multicultural Survey July 2001

Table 43: Stress with Parents and In- Laws by Demographic Characteristics

support older relatives) Would you say some stress, not much stress, or no

23 15

6 10

63 70

21

12

61

13

12

73

A lot of

Some

Not

No stress

stress

stress

much

(%)

(%)

(%)

stress

4

14

(%) 8

70

4 3 4 3

14 11 19 24

9 7 6 8

70 77 70 61

2 6

14 15

9 7

72 69

Table 44: Stress with Siblings by Demographic Characteristics

Total

White Black Hispanic Asian

Male Female

relatives) Would you say not much stress, or no

Q81. (Based on N=2162 respondents who help care for/financially caring for older relatives or friends has caused a lot of stress, stress in your relationship with: your brothers and sisters?

support older some stress,

3

15

10

70

4

19

10

64

70

11

13

Caregivers of parents/children Caregivers for elders

Sandwiched between parents/children

3

Prepared for AARP by Belden Russonello & Stewart and Research/Strategy/Management Page 80

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