Please note, Northern Ireland does not have a national indicator of loneliness, but asks comparable questions to England. The data shown is based on the ELSA measures of loneliness with a 4-item scale.
Percentage of the population who report experiencing factors associated with loneliness
National Survey for Wales: well-being and finances
Derived from responses from 6 statements. Responses were combined to produce a scale from 0 to 6 on a number of statements relating to loneliness, where 0 is least lonely and 6 is most lonely. People who have a score of 4 to 6 are considered as being lonely.