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Sources of stress on personal activities and/or relationships U.S. 2016 by generation

Share of various sources of stress on personal activities and/or relationships in the United States as of 2016, by generation

by Statista Research Department, last edited Jan 5, 2016
Sources of stress on personal activities and/or relationships U.S. 2016 by generation This survey shows the share of various sources of stress on personal activities and/or relationships in the United States as of 2016, by generation. The biggest source of stress for every generation was their financial situation, however it was highest among millenials, with 61 percent of millenial respondents saying their financial situation was a source of stress.
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Share of various sources of stress on personal activities and/or relationships in the United States as of 2016, by generation

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by Statista Research Department, last edited Jan 5, 2016
This survey shows the share of various sources of stress on personal activities and/or relationships in the United States as of 2016, by generation. The biggest source of stress for every generation was their financial situation, however it was highest among millenials, with 61 percent of millenial respondents saying their financial situation was a source of stress.
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