Subjective Well-Being Report 2016

Personal and community well-being contribute greatly to the health, vitality, and future of our communities. Every day, people and organizations within the Columbia Basin-Boundary region make decisions that influence the region’s future. In order to ensure these decisions are sound, comprehensive research on economic, social, cultural, and environmental conditions and trends is important.

This report presents regional subjective well-being research conducted in 2016.

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