This release combines analysis of economic well-being with personal, subjective well-being. It looks at trends and expands on the agenda of considering measures beyond GDP. The change in name highlights that both personal and economic well-being are being considered.
Estimates of the combined findings for personal well-being (October 2017 to September 2018) and economic well-being (July to September 2018) in the UK. This is part of a new series on people and prosperity.