Individual caregiving prevalence in the U.S. by ethnicity 2014

Individual caregiving prevalence in the United States as of 2014, by ethnicity

by Statista Research Department, last edited Jun 23, 2015
Individual caregiving prevalence in the U.S. by ethnicity 2014 This statistic represents the individual caregiving prevalence in the United States as of 2014, sorted by ethnicity. As of 2014, the prevalence of individual caregiving among white U.S. citizens stood at 16.9 percent or an estimated number of 26.5 million households.
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Individual caregiving prevalence in the United States as of 2014, by ethnicity

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