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Willingness to lend or borrow small amounts (IOUs) in the United Kingdom 2014, by age

Willingness to lend or borrow small amounts (IOUs) in the United Kingdom (UK) as of April 2014, by age group

by Statista Research Department, last edited Apr 1, 2014
Willingness to lend or borrow small amounts (IOUs) in the United Kingdom 2014, by age This statistic presents the willingness to lend or borrow small amounts of money (IOUs or "I owe you"s) among different age groups of the United Kingdom population as of April 2014. Overall people were more comfortable with lending money to others than with borrowing it. Of people aged 18 to 24, 53 percent were willing to lend money to others and 17 percent were comfortable with asking to borrow.
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Willingness to lend or borrow small amounts (IOUs) in the United Kingdom (UK) as of April 2014, by age group

Overall it is nice to lend money to people and I don't mind doing itI generally feel comfortable borrowing money from people and I don't mind asking
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Overall it is nice to lend money to people and I don't mind doing itI generally feel comfortable borrowing money from people and I don't mind asking
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by Statista Research Department, last edited Apr 1, 2014
This statistic presents the willingness to lend or borrow small amounts of money (IOUs or "I owe you"s) among different age groups of the United Kingdom population as of April 2014. Overall people were more comfortable with lending money to others than with borrowing it. Of people aged 18 to 24, 53 percent were willing to lend money to others and 17 percent were comfortable with asking to borrow.
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