Outcomes for disabled people in the UK

Closed 17 Mar 2022

Opened 10 Feb 2022


Understanding the different life experiences of disabled and non-disabled people can help identify inequalities within society. The ONS’ annual ‘Outcomes for disabled people in the UK’ release provides data on a number of areas of life, such as employment, education, well-being, loneliness, crime and social participation. The statistical indicators are based on annual data from various sources.

We want to ensure that our data meets the needs of the people who use it. To achieve this, we are running a review of the release to ensure it remains relevant and useful and to help us develop a plan to improve future releases.

We want to understand data users’ experiences of the current release to help us understand:

· What data is most useful

· What publication frequency is helpful

· What areas of life may be missing

· What users want from any future updates

We’d be grateful if you could share your views by completing this short survey, which should take no more than 10 minutes.

Please also feel free to use the comments section to expand on your answers, or if you’d like to provide any additional feedback or examples.


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