Well-being in Danish cities: The Performance of Danish cities by well-being factors
A summary snapshot of well-being in Danish cities
The city-region of Aarhus ranks first among the Danish city-regions in education,
civic engagement and health, and never last in any well-being dimension. The city-region
of Copenhagen ranks last among the Danish city-regions in housing, environment and
health, but first in income and community.
Figure A.6. Performance of Danish cities by well-being dimension
Note: The score by dimension is computed by normalising the chosen indicator illustrating the well-being
dimension. The country’s value in each dimension is set to 100.
Source: See Table 2.A1.1: Summary of data sources and scales.
The high-performing Danish cities fare better than the OECD average in all eight
well-being dimensions. The low-performing Danish cities also fare better than the OECD
average in four well-being dimensions, with the exception of health, education, housing
Table A.6. How do the top and bottom cities in Denmark fare on the well-being indicators?
Score by dimension
Maximum Minimum National value