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  • Social capital in the UK: April 2020 to March 2021 (Latest release)

    Bwletin ystadegol | Released on 24 May 2022

    How the UK fared in the four domains of social capital - personal relationships, social network support, civic engagement, and trust and cooperative norms - during April 2020 to March 2021. Sub-population breakdowns by sex, age, ethnicity, disability status, religious status, National Statistics Socio-economic Classification (NS-SEC), urban and rural area, and ITL1 regions are included for the first time in the accompanying data tables.

    Allweddeiriau: safety, trust, cohesion, neighbourhood, connections, community, coronavirus

  • Overview of human capital estimates in the UK: 2004 to 2020 (Latest release)

    Erthygl | Released on 25 April 2022

    National estimates of human capital stock in the UK for years between 2004 and 2020. Includes full and employed human capital estimates for each year.

    Allweddeiriau: labour market, skills, earnings, economy, education

  • Personal well-being in the UK, quarterly: April 2011 to September 2021 (Latest release)

    Bwletin ystadegol | Released on 7 April 2022

    Quarterly estimates of life satisfaction, feeling that the things done in life are worthwhile, happiness, and anxiety in the UK, covering the periods from Quarter 2 (Apr to Jun) 2011 through to Quarter 3 (Jul to Sep) 2021. Sub-population breakdowns of estimates by sex, covering the period from January 2019 to September 2021, are also included. Estimates were created using the Annual Population Survey (APS).

    Allweddeiriau: anxious, how happy are people, happiness, how anxious are people

  • Coronavirus (COVID-19): disabled people are more likely to feel life will never return to normal (Latest release)

    Erthygl | Released on 16 March 2022

    With most restrictions lifted, over half of people in Great Britain were avoiding crowded places and spending more time at home in February 2022

    Allweddeiriau: Coronavirus, COVID-19, Opinions and Lifestyle Survey, Living with COVID-19, well-being

  • Subnational indicators explorer (Latest release)

    Erthygl | Released on 6 January 2022

    Use our interactive tool to find out more about your local authority.

    Allweddeiriau: subnational, levelling up

  • Three-quarters of adults in Great Britain worry about climate change (Latest release)

    Erthygl | Released on 5 November 2021

    Article about public attitudes and opinions towards climate change and the future of the environment.

    Allweddeiriau: COP26, environment, climate change, OPN, attitudes, well-being

  • Coronavirus and depression in adults, Great Britain: July to August 2021 (Latest release)

    Erthygl | Released on 1 October 2021

    Proportion of the British adult population with depressive symptoms in early 2021. Includes comparisons with 2020, and pre-pandemic estimates, and analysis by characteristic.

    Allweddeiriau: COVID-19, mental health, ethnicity, clinically extremely vulnerable, disability

  • Coronavirus and contributors to subnational well-being: January to March 2021 (Latest release)

    Bwletin ystadegol | Released on 26 May 2021

    Regression analysis of the Opinions and Lifestyle Survey to provide insight into the impact of the coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic, to better understand which socio-demographic and economic factors were most associated with levels of happiness in England and Wales in early 2021.

    Allweddeiriau: Happiness, well-being, coronavirus, rural, urban

  • Personal and economic well-being in Great Britain: May 2021 (Latest release)

    Bwletin ystadegol | Released on 25 May 2021

    Estimates from multiple sources for personal and economic well-being to understand the economic impact of the coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic on households in Great Britain from March 2020 to April 2021.

    Allweddeiriau: quality of life, inequalities, life satisfaction, COVID 19, covid-19, corona virus, anxiety

  • Mapping loneliness during the coronavirus pandemic (Latest release)

    Erthygl | Released on 7 April 2021

    Analysis of local authority loneliness rates shows young people and those in areas with higher unemployment have been more likely to experience loneliness during the coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic.

    Allweddeiriau: loneliness, coronavirus, anxiety, well-being, covid-19, mental health, covid19