Ways U.S. adults coped with stress as of 2017, by ethnicity

Ways that adults in the U.S. coped with stress as of February 2017, by ethnicity

by John Elflein, last edited Feb 12, 2018
Ways U.S. adults coped with stress as of 2017, by ethnicity This statistic shows the ways that adults in the U.S. coped with stress as of February 2017, by ethnicity. It was found that 24 percent of Black or African American respondents said they avoid stressful situations as a way to cope with stress, compared to 21 percent of White or Caucasian respondents.
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Ways that adults in the U.S. coped with stress as of February 2017, by ethnicity

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