The UK Parliament’s Office of National Statistics
(ONS) has updated the Measures of National Well-being Dashboard
, offering an overview of how the nation is doing in areas that matter most to the public.
This update supports their on-going work in reporting the quality of life in the UK
, which provides further insights into how the UK is doing across different areas of life.
The measurement of UK national well-being reflects at that time how people are doing as individuals, how they are doing as communities and as a nation.
This reporting of change over time provides supporting information to assess the country’s progress, as well as its sustainability of national well-being for the future.
The ONS’ Measures of National Well-being Dashboard
provides a visual overview of different indicators of its well-being, based on the opinions from an individual and community setting.
These overviews are sorted into different areas which include: Personal Well-being
, What we Do
, Where we Live
, Personal Finance
, Education & Skills
, and Environment
For more information
or to view the updated dashboard
, visit the ONS website