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Past editions of 'Measuring Subjective Wellbeing in the UK'
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Title: Measuring Subjective Wellbeing in the UK - Differences in well-being by ethnicity

Release date: 30 April 2013 at 9:30am
Theme: People and Places | Department: Office for National Statistics | Coverage: UK
Geographic breakdown: UK and GB | Designation: Supporting material
Summary: This short summary article looks at estimates of subjective well-being for different ethnic groups by sex.

Title: Measuring Subjective Wellbeing in the UK - First Annual ONS Experimental Subjective Well-being Results

Release date: 24 July 2012 at 9:30am
Theme: People and Places | Department: Office for National Statistics | Coverage: UK
Geographic breakdown: UK and GB | Designation: Supporting material
Summary: Estimates of subjective well-being from the first annual experimental Annual Population Survey dataset, April 2011 to March 2012.

Title: Measuring Subjective Wellbeing in the UK - Analysis of experimental subjective well-being data from the Annual Population Survey, April - September 2011

Release date: 28 February 2012 at 9:30am
Theme: People and Places | Department: Office for National Statistics | Coverage: UK
Geographic breakdown: UK and GB | Designation: Supporting material
Summary: Reviews what subjective well-being is, why it should be measured, how it is currently measured in the UK and what well-being questions are being asked.

Title: Measuring Subjective Wellbeing in the UK - Investigation of subjective well-being data from the ONS Opinions Survey

Release date: 01 December 2011 at 9:30am
Theme: People and Places | Department: Office for National Statistics | Coverage: UK
Geographic breakdown: UK and GB | Designation: Supporting material
Summary: Reviews what subjective well-being is, why it should be measured, how it is currently measured in the UK and what well-being questions are being asked.