Health Inequalities Interactive Tool: Self-Rated Mental Health

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Self-Rated Mental Health

Percentage of Canadians age 18 and older who report their mental health as being either fair or poor. Analyzed by self-reported adjusted household income.
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Impact
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Notes
Rates are age-standardized to the 2011 Canadian standard population. Data is suppressed when estimates are based on small numbers.

Source
Canadian Community Health Survey (CCHS), Statistics Canada

Abbreviations
LCL: Lower confidence limit
UCL: Upper confidence limit

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