The four areas of wellbeing included in the report are:
- Loneliness – the frequency with which people report feeling lonely
- Self-Efficacy – a person’s belief about their capabilities to exercise influence over events that affect their lives
- Personal wellbeing – how satisfied people are with their lives, their levels of happiness and anxiety, and whether or not they think the things that they do are worthwhile
- Locus of Control – the degree to which a person feels in control of their life
This report has been produced in collaboration with The Executive Office.
The “Wellbeing in Northern Ireland” report replaced the three previously published reports below
- Loneliness in Northern Ireland
- Self-efficacy, Locus of Control & Life Satisfaction in Northern Ireland
- Personal Wellbeing in Northern Ireland
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