Wellbeing in Northern Ireland

The Wellbeing in Northern Ireland report provides estimates across four areas which reflect wellbeing, and was produced for the first time in 2020/21.

The four areas of wellbeing included in the report are:

  • Loneliness – the frequency with which people report feeling lonely
  • Self-Efficacy – a person’s belief about their capabilities to exercise influence over events that affect their lives
  • Personal wellbeing – how satisfied people are with their lives, their levels of happiness and anxiety, and whether or not they think the things that they do are worthwhile
  • Locus of Control – the degree to which a person feels in control of their life

Current publications

The “Wellbeing in Northern Ireland” report replaced the three previously published reports below.

Previous publications

User Engagement Survey

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https://consultations.nidirect.gov.uk/nisra-pfg-analytics/wellbeing-in-ni-user-survey

For more details, or for help in completing the survey, please contact: pfganalytics@executiveoffice-ni.gov.uk

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