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Mental health characteristics: Ability to handle stress and sources of stress 1, 2, 3

Frequency: Occasional

Table: 13-10-0802-01 (formerly CANSIM 105-0510)

Geography: Province or territory

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This table displays the results of Mental health characteristics: Ability to handle stress and sources of stress.
The table type is Simple.
The information is grouped by Indicators (appearing as row headers).
For the column header, Row 1 is Geography, Row 2 is Age group, Row 3 is Sex, Row 4 is Characteristics, Row 5 is Reference period.
Canada (excluding territories)3
Total, 12 years and over
Both sexes
Number of persons
Indicators42019
Ability to handle unexpected and difficult problems, good or excellent425,500,100
Ability to handle the day-to-day demands in life, good or excellent1228,025,400
Main source of stress in day-to-day life, work137,184,400
Main source of stress in day-to-day life, financial concerns145,678,000
Main source of stress in day-to-day life, family155,301,400
Main source of stress in day-to-day life, school work (12 to 34 years old)162,531,500
Main source of stress in day-to-day life, time pressures/ not enough time173,063,800
Main source of stress in day-to-day life, health182,391,200
Main source of stress in day-to-day life, other191,033,700
Main source of stress in day-to-day life, none203,392,500

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How to cite: Statistics Canada. Table 13-10-0802-01  Mental health characteristics: Ability to handle stress and sources of stress
DOI: https://doi.org/10.25318/1310080201-eng

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