Measuring National Well-being: 2015 report

The third annual summary of the Measuring National Well-being programme provides a snapshot of life in the UK today across ten domains of national well-being. It also includes an overview, albeit a partial one, of change over time. Compared with one year earlier, 33% of indicators had improved, 42% showed no overall change, 21% were not assessed and 5% deteriorated -though 19% of indicators deteriorated over a 3 year period.

The release also includes

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