Top Two Quality of Life Considerations
When choices are allowed to expand to two, family and family health and safety remain the most important factors affecting residents' quality of life, with health and financial well-being essentially tied for third. In general, distinctions between groups become less pronounced. For example, age and racial differences in selecting financial well-being as a top consideration are much smaller. On the other hand, health and education are still selected more often by the old and young, respectively, and feeling safe by Hispanics and Asians.