Table A.2
Prevalence of health and socio-demographic factors among off-reserve First Nations, Métis and Inuit adults, aged 18 to 25, by Aboriginal group, Canada, 2012

Table A.2
Prevalence of health and socio-demographic factors among off-reserve First Nations, Métis and Inuit adults, aged 18 to 25, by Aboriginal group, Canada, 2012
Table summary
This table displays the results of Prevalence of health and socio-demographic factors among off-reserve First Nations Off-reserve First Nations , Métis and Inuit, calculated using Percent units of measure (appearing as column headers).
  Off-reserve First Nations Métis Inuit
percent
Self-reported-physician-diagnosed mood and/or anxiety disorders 21.2 19.1 10.5
Drug use (prescription or street drugs for recreation use) 25.1 23.9 17.8
Heavy, frequent drinking (five or more drinks per occasion at least once a week) 12.7 10.6 12.1
Daily smoking 26.3 24.3 60.9
High self-worth (no feelings of low worthlessness in past month) 81.4 84.6 75.7
Hopelessness (having had feelings of hopelessness all or most of the time in past month) 4.0Note E: Use with caution 3.2Note E: Use with caution Note F: too unreliable to be published
Parental/family involvement 56.7 57.5 49.5
High social support 90.4 94.4 91.9
Strong extended family ties 65.2 69.3 62.8
Perceived bullying problem in school 46.9 45.7 52.5
Perceived racism problem in school 25.5 23.6 23.3
Personal/parent/grandparent history of residential school attendance  
Yes 50.8 23.8 49.0
No 23.6 49.0 18.4
Don't know/refusal/not stated 25.5 27.2 32.6
Currently attending school  
Not attending 65.8 68.2 76.0
Attending high school or high school equivalency 10.8 7.4 15.6
Attending post-secondary institution 23.4 24.3 8.4Note E: Use with caution
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