Mental health characteristics: Ability to handle stress and sources of stress1 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
Indicators4 2019
Ability to handle unexpected and difficult problems, good or excellent 4 25,500,100
Ability to handle the day-to-day demands in life, good or excellent 5 28,025,400
Main source of stress in day-to-day life, work 6 7,184,400
Main source of stress in day-to-day life, financial concerns 7 5,678,000
Main source of stress in day-to-day life, family 8 5,301,400
Main source of stress in day-to-day life, school work (12 to 34 years old) 9 2,531,500
Main source of stress in day-to-day life, time pressures/ not enough time 10 3,063,800
Main source of stress in day-to-day life, health 11 2,391,200
Main source of stress in day-to-day life, other 12 1,033,700
Main source of stress in day-to-day life, none 13 3,392,500

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DOI: https://doi.org/10.25318/1310080201-eng

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