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Release: Measuring National Well-being, Income, expenditure and personal well-being

Released: 04 June 2014


Dawn Snape

Measuring National Well-being

Telephone: +44 (0)1633 455674

Categories: People and Places, Communities, Societal Wellbeing, Measuring Societal Well-being, Economy, Personal Finances, Personal Income and Wealth

Frequency of release: Ad-hoc

Language: English

Geographical coverage: GB

Geographical breakdown: GB

Survey name(s): Living Costs and Food Survey

Relationship between personal well-being, household income and expenditure using regression analysis of a special version of the Effects of Tax and Benefits dataset (2011/12).

Income and Expenditure interactive charts are also available. These show the difference in well-being for each income and expenditure fifth compared to each of the other income and expenditure fifths. (Household Income dataset ranks households from poorest to richest in terms of their equivalised disposable income to split them into five equally-sized groups known as quintiles or fifths).

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