Age, race/ethnicity, and gender were all related to participation in enriching activities.
Balancing work and chores with enjoyable activities helps to relieve the pressures of day-to-day life. King County adults were asked about their participation in 9 types of cultural, spiritual, athletic, educational, or community-service activities over the past 30 days. Response options were “very active,” “somewhat active,” “not very active,” and “not active at all.”
Active participation varied by age, gender, and race/ethnicity.
- Adults age 45 to 64 were more likely to participate actively in 3 or more activities than those 65 and older.
- Women were more active than men.
- White non-Hispanics participated more actively than did people of color and Hispanics.
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