Mae mesur lles cenedlaethol yn ymwneud ag edrych y tu hwnt i'r hyn a gynhyrchir gennym, i feysydd megis iechyd, perthnasau, addysg a sgiliau, yr hyn rydym yn ei wneud, lle'r ydym yn byw, ein sefyllfa ariannol a'r amgylchedd. Mae hefyd yn mesur ein lles personol, asesiad unigolyn o'i les ei hun. Daw'r data hyn o amrywiaeth o ffynonellau, ac mae llawer o'r gwaith dadansoddi yn newydd.
Of the four main measures of economic well-being, gross domestic product per head, real household disposable income per head and real household spending per head rose in Quarter 2 (April to June) 2018 by 0.2%, 0.3% and 0.2% respectively, while real net national disposable income per head decreased by 0.2%.
The quarterly decrease in net national disposable income per head was due to larger payments of investment income out of the country, increasing by £2.9 billion in Quarter 2 2018.
Real household disposable income per head dropped by 0.1% compared with the same quarter a year ago, driven mainly by an increase in taxes, equating to a £37.20 increase in taxes per person.
Contains all the current domains and measures of national well-being for young people. As well as providing the latest data for each measure, where available a time series of data are also presented along with useful links to data sources and other websites which may be of interest.
Indicators from the Opinions and Lifestyle Survey covering the period 9 to 13 June to understand the impact of the coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic on people, households and communities in Great Britain.
Experimental results of the pilot Office for National Statistics (ONS) online time-use study (collected 28 March to 26 April 2020 across Great Britain) compared with the 2014 to 2015 UK time-use study.
Estimates of life satisfaction, feeling that the things done in life are worthwhile, happiness and anxiety at the UK, country, regional, county and local authority level. Covering the period in the build up to the national lockdown of the UK in response to the coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic.
This article explores how the UK is faring in important areas of well-being compared with the member states of the European Union (EU) and the member countries of the Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development (OECD).
The Sustainable Development Indicators (SDIs) provide an overview of progress towards a sustainable economy, society and environment. There are 12 headline and 23 supplementary indicators, supported by 25 and 41 measures respectively. Where there are sufficient data to be compared, measures have been assessed over the long-term and short-term to show if there has been clear improvement, deterioration or if there has been little or no overall change.