Average score on Warwick-Edinburgh Mental Wellbeing Scale (WEMWBS). Find out more about this indicator.
The mean Warwick-Edinburgh Mental Well-being Scale (WEMWBS) score in 2019 was 49.8. This is higher than the mean WEMWBS score in 2018 (49.4) although this increase is not significant at the 95% confidence limit. Across the time series mean scores have ranged between 49.4 and 50.0).
Adults in the 65-74 age group had the highest average wellbeing (52.0) compared to adults aged Â 25-34 who had the lowest average wellbeing (49.1)
There was little difference between the scores for men (49.9) and women (49.7)
Those living in most deprived areas reported lower average mental wellbeing (46.9) compared to those living in the least deprived areas (51.5)
People with a limiting long-term health condition hadÂ lower mean average mental wellbeing (45.4) compared to those who were not disabled (51.9)
There was little difference in mental wellbeing scores between urban areas (49.5) and rural areas (50.7)
This indicator can be broken down by age, gender, Scottish Index of Multiple Deprivation, Disability and urban rural classification. These breakdowns can be viewed on the Equality Evidence Finder.
Data for this indicator is available for 2020. However, please note that the 2020 results are not directly comparable to results for previous years, which is why the indicator shows "performance to be confirmed".Â Data for 2020, and further information can be viewed here.