Correlates of housing affordability stress among older Australians
Objectives: The purpose of this study was to examine the prevalence and correlates of housing affordability stress among community-dwelling older Australians. Methods: The 2002 ABS General Social Survey was used to measure the prevalence of housing affordability stress. Rare event logistic regression was used to measure the potential correlates of housing affordability stress. Results: Almost 5% of Australians aged 55 years and older, and 20% of those younger than 55 years, are estimated to...[Show more]
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