Friday, 8th August 2014
UK: Individual Well-being in London
Source: GLA Intelligence (UK)
From the Introduction:
This report compares the well-being of usual residents of London with those living in the rest of the UK (excluding London), using data from the April 2012 – March 2013 Annual Population Survey (APS). These data have been analysed to determine if there are any variations in well- being according to personal characteristics, and if so whether this differs depending on location of residence. For this analysis, the mean scores for Londoners and for those from the rest of the UK have been examined.
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