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How To Analyze Happiness Data

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How do you analyze your Gross National Happiness Data? This short presentation explains the two camps: levels of sufficiency and comparisons

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How To Analyze Happiness Data

  1. 1. How to Analyze Happine‘ss? E3ata A I I" " _ . o f ‘ «eats». ("lib fig”? ' ‘ 11
  2. 2. Camps: Levels of Sufficiency . ‘ yb__Jt. :'l -. tv I T’ I . .2 I v °‘*€*. :., ~., . . ‘ . - l . sag‘ Comparisons
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  5. 5. An example from Bhutan — results of a 2010 survey of 7142 people A person is ‘happy’ if he] she achieves sufficiency in 6 or more of the 9 domains Dorji Tashi Sufficiency in 7 domains, Sufficiency in 4- domains SO so he is considered happy she is considered unhappy ; g ‘ 2" %-~, I _ A / ’ L. . / But who is happier?
  6. 6. issues with levels of sufficiency /
  7. 7. Qjgets ta deeiem . ..what is sufficient? . ..what is enough? .. .who has enough?
  8. 8. 9 ii: -‘i. v4=: mEm»1oil! -*‘ & what about this . situation? % , «--«~"' ‘ «, _ rja, 9?? -L"l. ;,'l, i?" siIl. =l! f:: L‘£ ? ‘}: ’5"1§fi km‘ ; ‘n. r=. l,Il/ ,-w. "l»: fi. Cs-‘? ’/'V. g., '/ " V ' ‘ . _ "~i“*'m"5*« . . r I 4 1 ‘ / u" ‘ ‘-. I . . 1 / ‘. ,~ . 4 ‘ ‘ . , ' ' X, ‘ 2 xi} ‘ V-‘Ir . . ’ i -2 1 i ‘ . . ’, _ ’ . . ‘ 9 . —-_ . . it, ‘'3 , -' J, : i — ~" / . ‘V I I ; ‘U . IL , I , -; z . , . D . ah ’ . ‘. -_ 3. . _ _ . . I "/ ‘,5 , 7i4.éi"' #5, . ., V" ‘ — « - I’ _. . —E‘aVllfvlr’, Yl: ‘$-Iéliki‘ _, x‘ i 4.310131: iI= l(f—-"I; , ” u= :rv, =' ! Iu| it= .I91:s<vz, / '
  9. 9. H t How do / ' these two compare?
  10. 10. Happiness in the UK Levels of medium or high happiness (96) 80.5 to 82.9 78 to 80.4 75.6 to 77.9 I 73.2 to 75.5 I 70.7 to 73.1 68.3 to 70.6 65.8 to 68.2 W 63.4 to 65.7 ,2” Surveyed 1'65,_00'0t . p’_eople: .Vbetwe'en April 2011'and March 2012 , Source: ONS -
  11. 11. Scores 4l: l- . Gross National Happiness Index results for over 36,000 people who took the survey at happycounts. org GNH - For Age - Community Vitality Comparison data tells us that older people have a stronger sense of community vitality N’: -‘ , , ,4. m V 40-44 4549 Age Range 30-34 33-39 S0—54
  12. 12. so - Scores Gross National Happiness Index results for over 36,000 people who took the survey at happycounts. org GNH - For Income - Time Balance Comparison data tells us that there is little difference among income levels in the area of time balance. All people are suffering about equally. 7 « fit! :1! » l l l l l l l —l— —l— — Owiall Less Than Sl0,000 — S20.0l’. lO ~ 830.000 — 340.000 A $50,000 — 575.000 ~ $100,000 ~ $125,000 Oi $10,000 $19,999 329.999 $39,999 $49,999 374.999 599.999 $124,999 more Income Level
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  15. 15. 9/’ do you think?
  16. 16. loin the Happiness Revolution/0 happycounts. org download the tools and resources for taking action

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