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UK 'happier than last year' says ONS

Source BBC News@ tienganhvui.com


ONS well-being index


A UK-wide well-being survey has shown "small improvements" in peoples' happiness over the last year.


The proportion of people rating their life satisfaction as 7 or more out of 10 rose from 75.9% to 77.0%.


The Office for National Statistics data also suggests a small reduction in anxiety levels between 2011-12 and 2012-13.


The survey is taken to help the government develop policies to improve people's well-being.


The first well-being survey was released by the ONS in 2012.


Prime Minister David Cameron described it as crucial to finding out what the government can do to "really improve lives" - but Labour ridiculed the survey as a "statement of the bleeding obvious".





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