Release will explore how is loneliness associated with individual characteristics, household circumstances and aspects of the local authority where people live.
Mapping loneliness during the coronavirus pandemic
Areas with a higher concentration of younger people and areas with higher rates of unemployment tended to have higher rates of loneliness during the study period.
Loneliness rates and well-being indicators by local authority
Estimates of loneliness and personal well-being during the coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic by country, region, county and local and unitary authorities. This dataset also includes outputs from regression models which consider the personal characteristics significantly associated with levels of loneliness and well-being both during and prior to the pandemic affecting the UK.
Changes to this release date
- Previous date:
- 8 April 2021 09:30
- Reason for change:
- This publication has been moved from 8 April 2021 to 7 April 2021 to ease pressure on the publishing schedule.