The 2013 Vermont Happiness Survey
The Vermont Happiness Survey is the first state-based, random telephone study utilizing the Gross National Happiness (GNH) Index. The GNH Index was developed utilizing four decades of well-being, happiness and quality of life surveys to measure 10 GNH domains: psychological well-being; physical health; time balance; community vitality; social connectedness; education and cultural access; environmental quality/access to nature; good governance; material well-being; and work experience. The survey was designed to provide a solid baseline so that communities, towns and organizations can use the survey to identify trends and mark progress by measuring what matters. This reports looks at the 2013 Vermont (statewide) results for the 10 GNH domains.
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|Last updated||May 27, 2016|
|Created||May 27, 2016|
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