Perception of households with children on the living conditions in Japan 2016

The statistic depicts the self-assessed individual living conditions of Japanese households with children in 2016. During the surveyed period, the majority of surveyed households with children perceived their living conditions as difficult, with almost 27 percent claiming it to be very difficult. In contrast, only 0.3 percent of households felt their living conditions were very comfortable.

Self-assessment of Japanese households with children on their individual living conditions in Japan in 2016

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Source

Release date

February 2018

Region

Japan

Survey time period

2016

Supplementary notes

Excluding 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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