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- The values represent percentages of the total number of 16+ individuals within the weighted population who provided a valid answer, with missing responses being excluded. Cases where the respondent answered ‘Do not know’ were also excluded.
- Overall life satisfaction, financial situation satisfaction, present job satisfaction, time use satisfaction, personal relationship satisfaction, trust in others and percieved social exclusion were measured using an 11-point likert scale, where 0 is ‘not at all’ and 10 is ‘completely’.
- Feeling nervous, feeling down in the dumps, feeling calm and peaceful, feeling downhearted and depressed, feeling happy and feeling lonely were measured using a 5-point likert scale, where 1 is ‘None of the time’, 2 is ‘A little of the time’, 3 is ‘Some of the time’, 4 is ‘Most of the time’, and 5 is ‘All of the time’.
- Receiving material help, receiving non-material help and receiving material or non-material help were measured using 2 categories, where 1 is ‘Yes’ and 2 is ‘No’.
- In 2019 and 2020, overall life satisfaction, time use satisfaction, feeling down in the dumps, receiving material help and receiving non-material help were not collected. In 2021, time use satisfaction, feeling down in the dumps, receiving material help and recieving non-material help were not collected. Furthermore, variables recieving material help and recieving non-material help were only collected in a seperate manner in 2018. In 2019 and 2021, these two variables were collected as a single variable, recieving material or non-material help.
Data is sourced from the Malta National Statistics Office, EU-SILC wellbeing module.