Social well-being

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About Social well-being

The social well-being indicator measures how people experience their connections with others and the strength of those relationships. It is comprised of two component indicators which measure supportive relationships and trust and belonging. These can be thought of representing people’s experiences of their ‘thick’ and ‘thin’ relationships: ‘thick’ relationships represent the strong connections people experience with those who are close to them, and ‘thin’ relationships the more numerous connections people establish with those they encounter in broader social spheres

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