Outputs that use this data
How do childhood circumstances affect poverty and deprivation as an adult?
23-Sep-2014ONS looks at how childhood factors affect educational attainment, income poverty and material deprivation
Increase in years males and females at birth expected to live with a disability
24-Jul-2014ONS looks at Disability-Free Life Expectancy in England, 2009-11 and 2006-08
Stark differences between London boroughs in the number of years people are expected to live with a disability
01-May-2014People in Newham are expected to live nine more years with a disability than those in Richmond upon Thames
Intergenerational transmission of disadvantage in the UK & EU
23-Sep-2014Examines the extent to which the circumstances children grow up in affect their future life chances. The analysis investigates the relationship between childhood factors, such as parents’ education level and employment status, and educational attainment
Disability-Free Life Expectancy by Upper Tier Local Authority: England 2009-11 and comparison with 2006-08
24-Jul-2014Comparison of disability-free life expectancy estimates between local authorities in 2009-11 with regional breakdowns by sex, at birth and at age 65. Change over time between 2006-08 and 2009-11 is discussed for both regions and upper tier local authorities.
Disability-Free Life Expectancy by Upper Tier Local Authority: England 2008-10
01-May-2014Disability-free life expectancy (DFLE) for males and females at birth and age 65 for England, Regions, Counties, Unitary Authorities and London boroughs 2008-10
Measuring National Well-being: Economic Well-being
07-Apr-2014ONS sets out a set of seven measures in addition to GDP to assess UK economic well-being, while considering ways in which GDP falls short as such a measure.
Adult Health in Great Britain, 2012
01-Apr-2014This release looks at the prevalence of long-standing illnesses or disabilities (including limiting long-standing illnesses or disabilities).
Drinking Habits Amongst Adults, 2012
17-Dec-2013The Opinions and Lifestyle Survey (OPN) is an inter-departmental multi-purpose survey carried out by the Office for National Statistics collecting information on a range of topics from people living in private households in Great Britain. This release presents findings from the OPN on the drinking behaviours of adults living in private households in Great Britain during 2012, and some comparisons with earlier years.
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23-Sep-2014Additional variables collected in 2011 EU-SILC module on intergenerational transmission of disadvantages.
23-Sep-2014Derived variables used in the analysis.
23-Sep-2014Logistic regression outputs for UK models
Significant changes to regional and local authority DFLE estimates between 2006-08 and 2009-11 for males and females at birth and at age 65
24-Jul-2014Geographic areas where there has been statistically significant change between 2006-08 and 2009-11.