Poor or Fair Mental Health among Latino Adults by Income

New York Finger Lakes Region

Results from the 2018 My Health Story survey show a clear correlation between income and self-reported poor or fair mental health among Latino residents. Latino residents with the lowest income reported the highest levels of poor or fair mental health. Those with a household income under $25,000 are twice as likely to report poor or fair mental health than those making between $25,000 to $75,000 and over four times more likely than those with an income over $75,000 a year.

This data visualization is part of Unheard: How Silencing Latino Voices Harms Latino Health Equity.

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