Measuring National Well-being Programme
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Categories: Economy, Travel and Transport, Labour Market, Domestic Fuel Prices, Oil and Petroleum Prices, Fuel Poverty, Warm Front Scheme, Victims of Crime, Property Crime, Drug Crime, Health of the Population, Back-pain, Infections and Parasitic Diseases, Disability and Self-reported Health, Acute and Chronic Sickness, Drug use, Alcohol and Smoking, Health Awareness, Work-related Ill-health, Housing Market, Housing Stock, Crime and Justice, Health and Social Care, People and Places, Societal Wellbeing
Frequency of release: Ad-hoc
Geographical coverage: UK
Geographical breakdown: UK
This article analyses by age two of the current measures of national well-being: ‘satisfaction with income’ and ‘those who are finding their financial situation quite or very difficult’ and their effects on and their relationship to well-being. There will also be some indication of change in perceived financial situation over time and other characteristics of individuals. The data used will be from Understanding Society, the UKHLS.