Share of people having worries or stress Japan 2016, by gender and age group

The statistic depicts the share of individuals being worried or stressed in Japan in 2016, sorted by gender and age group. During the surveyed period, the highest share of male respondents with concerns or stress was, with 48.6 percent, in the age groups 40 to 49 years and 50 to 59 years. In contrast, the highest share of worried or stressed women were aged 40 to 49 years, with around 58.7 percent of respondents.

Share of individuals being worried or stressed in Japan in 2016, by gender and age group*

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Release date

February 2018



Survey time period


Age group

12 years and older

Supplementary notes

*Excluding hospitalized persons and data of Kumamoto prefecture.
This statistic is based on a survey. The source does not provide further information on the survey characteristics.

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