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  • Public opinions and social trends, Great Britain: 1 to 12 November 2023 (Latest release)

    Statistical bulletin | Released on 17 November 2023

    Social insights on daily life and events, including estimates from the Opinions and Lifestyle Surveys (OPN) relating to the biggest issues facing society today.

    Keywords: wellbeing, shortages, cost of living, AI, artificial intelligence

  • Personal well-being in the UK: April 2022 to March 2023 (Latest release)

    Statistical bulletin | Released on 7 November 2023

    Estimates of life satisfaction, worthwhile, happiness, and anxiety, by select geographies including local authority level and individual characteristics and circumstances.

    Keywords: wellbeing, fulfilment, worry, meaning, contentment

  • Quality of life in the UK: May 2023 (Latest release)

    Statistical bulletin | Released on 12 May 2023

    An update on the UK's progress across 10 domains of national well-being: personal well-being, relationships, health, what we do, where we live, personal finance, economy, education and skills, governance, and the environment.

    Keywords: wellbeing, happiness, anxiety, cost of living, disposable income

  • Individual and community well-being, Great Britain: October 2022 (Latest release)

    Statistical bulletin | Released on 6 December 2022

    What matters most for the well-being of individuals and communities in Great Britain. Based on the Opinions and Lifestyle Survey from 12 to 23 October 2022.

    Keywords: well-being, public, important, social capital, environment

  • Trust in government, UK: 2022 (Latest release)

    Statistical bulletin | Released on 13 July 2022

    Trust in government and institutions, opinions of public services and attitudes toward political issues. UK-specific results. Experimental Statistics.

    Keywords: Trust, Government, Services, Politics

  • Social capital in the UK: April 2020 to March 2021 (Latest release)

    Statistical bulletin | Released on 24 May 2022

    How the UK fared in the four domains of social capital - personal relationships, social network support, civic engagement, and trust and cooperative norms - during April 2020 to March 2021. Sub-population breakdowns by sex, age, ethnicity, disability status, religious status, National Statistics Socio-economic Classification (NS-SEC), urban and rural area, and ITL1 regions are included for the first time in the accompanying data tables.

    Keywords: safety, trust, cohesion, neighbourhood, connections, community, coronavirus

  • Personal well-being in the UK, quarterly: April 2011 to September 2021 (Latest release)

    Statistical bulletin | Released on 7 April 2022

    Quarterly estimates of life satisfaction, feeling that the things done in life are worthwhile, happiness, and anxiety in the UK, covering the periods from Quarter 2 (Apr to Jun) 2011 through to Quarter 3 (Jul to Sep) 2021. Sub-population breakdowns of estimates by sex, covering the period from January 2019 to September 2021, are also included. Estimates were created using the Annual Population Survey (APS).

    Keywords: anxious, how happy are people, happiness, how anxious are people

  • Coronavirus and contributors to subnational well-being: January to March 2021 (Latest release)

    Statistical bulletin | Released on 26 May 2021

    Regression analysis of the Opinions and Lifestyle Survey to provide insight into the impact of the coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic, to better understand which socio-demographic and economic factors were most associated with levels of happiness in England and Wales in early 2021.

    Keywords: Happiness, well-being, coronavirus, rural, urban

  • Personal and economic well-being in Great Britain: May 2021 (Latest release)

    Statistical bulletin | Released on 25 May 2021

    Estimates from multiple sources for personal and economic well-being to understand the economic impact of the coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic on households in Great Britain from March 2020 to April 2021.

    Keywords: quality of life, inequalities, life satisfaction, COVID 19, covid-19, corona virus, anxiety

  • Young people’s well-being in the UK: 2020 (Latest release)

    Statistical bulletin | Released on 2 October 2020

    This headline release reflects the circumstances, views and well-being of young people aged 16 to 24 years in the UK prior to the coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic.

    Keywords: relationships, finance, health, employment, education