Happiness index, 2012
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What is the domains and measures spreadsheet?
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This spreadsheet contains all the currently proposed domains and measures of National Well-being. And is designed to be used
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alongside both the wheel of measures and the various articles released during the year which cover the Well-being programme.
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What can be found within the spreadsheet?
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As well as providing the latest datapoints for each measure, where applicable, a time series of data are also presented along with
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useful links to both data sources and other websites which may be of interest.
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How is it different to the wheel of measures?
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The domains and measures spreadsheet provides longer runs of data. The wheel of measures provides a useful comparison of the
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latest datapoints and the nearest previous datapoint. The wheel is also useful for presenting and visualising all the domains and measures
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in one easily viewed image.
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How does it support well-being articles?
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The spreadsheet contains information that is included in each article. While the articles contain more information the tables or graphs of
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measures that are included in them are often shorter than those included within the spreadsheet. The introductory tab to each domain also
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contains a link to each published article.
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When will it be updated?
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This is the second publication of the spreadsheet this year, the first being on the 24 July 2012 and where applicable data have been updated as at September 2012.
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There is not currently a regular publication schedule. As the measures are reviewed we will also assess when data are available.
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Once this is known a decision will be made on when and how often the spreadsheet will be updated.
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Further information on the Well-being programme
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Further information, additional articles and details of the programme itself can be found on the National Well-being page at: www.ons.gov.uk/well-being
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About domains and measures
INDEX
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1 Individual well-being
2 Our relationships
2.1 Satisfaction family life
2.2 Satisfaction social life
2.3 Help in a crisis
3 Health
3.1 Healthy life expectancy
3.2 People without disability
3.3 Sat'ion with general health
3.4 Psychosocial health
4 What we do
4.1 ILO unemployment
4.2 Satisfaction with job
4.3 Sat'ion amount of leisure
4.4 Sat'ion with leisure time
4.5 Voluntary work
5 Where we live
5.1 Crimes rates
5.2 Feeling of safety
5.3 Visiting natural envir'ment
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5.4 Belonging to neighbourhood
6 Personal finance
6.1 Thresholds of income
6.2 Household wealth
6.3 Satisfaction with income
6.4 managing financially
7 Education and skills
7.1 Human capital
7.2 Numbers of qualifications
7.3 level of qualifications
8 Economy
8.1 Household income
8.2 Real net national income
8.3 Public sector debt
8.4 CPI
9 Governance
9.1 Voter turnout
9.2 Trust in Government
10 Environment
10.1 Greenhouse gas emissons
10.2 PM10 Emissions
10.3 Extent of protected areas
10.4 Energy consumption