October 2017

Drivers of Wellbeing Inequality

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Drivers of Wellbeing Inequality
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This research builds on our previous report Measuring wellbeing inequalities in Britain, diving into one aspect of wellbeing inequality – inequality in life satisfaction – to determine what drives it at a local level. Our research question was: What is associated with inequality in life satisfaction in local authorities in Britain? This briefing outlines the main findings from this research. Further information, including methodology and data sources, is available in the full research paper.

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