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Release: Measuring National Well-being, What matters most to Personal Well-being?

Released: 30 May 2013

Reference tables

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Reference Table 1: What matters most to Personal Well-being? - Regression coefficients and significance (Excel sheet 142Kb)
Summary table showing the OLS regression coefficients and their significance for the main model including all four of the personal well-being questions.
Coverage: GB
Geographical breakdown: Country
Reference Table 2: What matters most to Personal Well-being? - Main model regression results (Excel sheet 209Kb)
Main model regression results for each of the four personal well-being questions including both ordinary least squares and ordered probit findings.
Coverage: GB
Geographical breakdown: Country
Reference Table 3: What matters most to Personal Well-being? - Variations on the employee-only model (Excel sheet 593Kb)
Regression results for variations on the employee-only model for each of the personal well-being questions including both ordinary least squares and ordered probit findings.
Coverage: GB
Geographical breakdown: Country
Reference Table 4: What matters most to Personal Well-being? - Alternative specifications to the main regression model (Excel sheet 770Kb)
Regression results for alternative specifications to the main regression model including both ordinary least squares and ordered probit findings
Coverage: GB
Geographical breakdown: Country
Reference Table 5: What matters most to Personal Well-being? - Sample sizes for each varible in the main model (Excel sheet 59Kb)
Summary of sample sizes for each variable in the main model for each of the four personal well-being questions.
Coverage: GB
Geographical breakdown: Country
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