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Extended Measures of Well-being: Living Conditions in the United States, 2010

Detailed Tables


Table 1. Percent of Households Reporting Consumer Durables, For Householders 15 Years and Older, by Selected Characteristics: 2010 [XLS - 41K]

Table 2. Percent of Households Reporting Favorable Housing Conditons by Selected Characteristics, For Householders 15 Years and Older: 2010 [XLS - 40K]

Table 3. Percent of Householders Reporting Satisfaction with Housing Conditions, by Selected Characteristics, For Householders 15 Years and Older: 2010 [XLS - 40K]

Table 4. Percent of Households Reporting Aspects of Neighborhood Safety by Selected Characteristics, For Householders 15 Years and Older: 2010 [XLS - 41K]

Table 5. Percent of Householders Reporting Favorable Neighborhood Conditions by Selected Characteristics, For Householders 15 Years and Older: 2010 [XLS - 42K]

Table 6. Percent of Households Reporting Satisfaction with Community Services , by Selected Characteristics, For Householders 15 Years and Older: 2010 [XLS - 40K]

Table 7. Distribution of School Type and Percent Reporting Satisfaction with Schools by Selected Characteristics, For Households With Children Under 18: 2010 [XLS - 39K]

Table 8. Percent of Householders Reporting Meeting Basic Needs by Selected Characteristics, For Householders 15 Years and Older: 2010 [XLS - 40K]

Table 9. Percent of Householders Expecting Help and Receiving Help Meeting Basic Needs by Selected Characteristics, For Householders 15 Years and Older: 2010 [XLS - 41K]

Table 10. Percent of Households with Selected Measures of Material Well-Being: 1992, 1998, 2003, 2005, 2010 [XLS - 39K]


Footnotes

1 NOTE: Percentages for "Crime Not so Bad They Want to Move" corrected December 2009
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Source: U.S. Census Bureau | Well-Being |  Last Revised: 2013-09-05T14:54:06.79-04:00