Americans' view on personal financial security, by age in 2012

Views about personal financial security in the United States in 2012, by age

by Statista Research Department, last edited May 21, 2012
Americans' view on personal financial security, by age in 2012 This statistic shows the views of survey respondents in the United States about their own financial situation as of May 2012. The responses are divided by age groups. 84 percent of respondents aged 75 and over felt they had enough money to buy the things that they needed compared to 77 percent in the age group 18 to 49.
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Views about personal financial security in the United States in 2012, by age

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