||Conference or Workshop Item
||300 Social sciences > 305 Social groups
||LPPKN - National Population and Family Development Board, Malaysia: Family Well-Being Division
||Protecting and strengthening the family
||National Population and Family Development Board with University of Malaya.
||Findings from the Malaysian Population and Family Survey 2004. Perceptions of relationships among family members found that as many as 98.5% of women said they had good family relationships comprising 99% Malays, 98% Chinese and 95% Indians. A total of 99% of men also stated that they have good family relationships, namely 99.2% Malays, 98.0% Chinese and 98.2% Indians. Meanwhile, 99.3% of women who did not have financial problems stated that they had good family relationships compared to 98.3% who had financial problems.