Overall well-being — OHM‑01 1

OHM-01 measures overall well-being assessed via a question on life satisfaction and can help researchers and policymakers understand how individuals view their own lives and well-being. This information can inform strategies to increase the health and resilience of communities across the United States.

Most Recent Data:
95.9 percent (2022) *

Baseline:
95.2 percent of adults aged 18 years and over were satisfied or very satisfied with life in 2021 *

Age adjusted to the year 2000 standard population.

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Adults satisfied or very satisfied with life, 2021-2022 * 
(percent)

Population 2021 2022
Total
95.2
CI 94.9 / 95.5
SE 0.156
95.9
CI 95.6 / 96.2
SE 0.153