April 2017

How to Implement Personal Wellbeing Questions in Your Survey

How to Implement Personal Wellbeing Questions in Your Survey
In partnership with

How to Implement Personal Wellbeing Questions in Your Survey

The ONS personal wellbeing (PWB) questions were developed as part of the Measuring National Wellbeing Programme.

ONS sought advice from experts working in the field of subjective well-being and consulted with specialists on the National Statistician’s Measuring National Wellbeing Advisory Forum and Technical Advisory Group.

Based on this, as well as an extensive programme of question testing, four questions were designed which provide a concise and balanced approach to the measurement of subjective wellbeing.

Close How to Implement Personal Wellbeing Questions in Your Survey

Sign up for our Evidence alerts

Sign up to receive resources and evidence as they are released.

Blog

May 6, 2021 | By Joep Van Agteren
What psychological interventions work to improve mental wellbeing?
Guest Blog
Apr 29, 2021 | By Deborah Hardoon
A decade of subjective wellbeing data
Centre Blog
Apr 20, 2021 | By Ingrid Abreu Scherer
Different impacts of Covid-19: Call for evidence
Centre Blog
Apr 14, 2021 | By Kris Southby, Ruth Breidenbach-Roe, Meena Bharadwa
Community wellbeing: using case studies to build the evidence base
Guest Blog