According to a recent study based on data from Understanding Society, people’s life satisfaction declines when they lose an hour to daylight savings time.
New research suggests that health in the North remains worse than the South, with self-reported claims of ‘not good health’ 50% higher than in the South.
New research shows that day-to-day good weather does not improve our mood, and we are driven by other factors such as good health.
A new training course which discusses the design and implementation of mixed-mode surveys will be co-presented by Dr Annette Jäckle, Research Director of the study’s Innovation Panel.
New research discusses why ‘quality’ matters over ‘quantity’ when it comes to sibling relationships and their long-term effects on people’s wellbeing.
The team behind Understanding Society is now offering an online Stata training course for those who cannot attend the regular ‘hands-on’ workshops.
A new report warns that the declining financial position of younger workers and those on low incomes puts a limit on the UK economy’s ability to depend on consumer spending for growth.
Gender and personality matter in how people cope with physical and mental illness, according to a paper that uses data from the British Household Panel Survey.
At this year’s CLS conference, three papers which feature Understanding Society data will be presented.
“It is almost inevitable that we will develop genetic mutations associated with leukaemia as we age,” say researchers that have used Understanding Society data.