The report looks at mental well-being and the characteristics of those with higher or lower mental well-being.

Key points

  • Younger people, those in material deprivation and those with fewer qualifications have lower mental well-being scores.
  • People without a long-term limiting illness, who are physically active, participate in sport, eat more fruit and vegetables have higher mental well-being scores.

Reports

Mental well-being (National Survey for Wales), April 2016 to March 2017
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Mental well-being (National Survey for Wales) further analysis, April 2016 to March 2017
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Data

Datasets and interactive tools

Mental well-being (National Survey for Wales), April 2016 to March 2017: tables
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Contact

Siobhan Evans

Tel: 0300 025 6685

Media

Tel: 0300 025 8099