Future Oxford presents full report on Community Wellbeing Survey


Residents living in rural areas report a greater degree of life satisfaction and wellbeing, according to the final report on the Community Wellbeing Survey undertaken in Oxford County this spring. On the other hand, Oxford’s most dissatisfied residents are those who earn less than $40,000 a year, a group more likely to report they are dissatisfied with work, less likely to take part in community activities, and that count a lower numbers of close friends.

These are some of the key themes discussed in the final report on the Oxford County Community Wellbeing Survey presented by the Future Oxford Partnership at Oxford County Council on December 14, 2016.

Download the full report: Oxford County Community Wellbeing Survey: A Comparison of Oxford Residents on Selected Aspects of their Wellbeing

Infographic summary of key survey results: Oxford County Community Wellbeing Survey

Future Oxford news release: Future Oxford presents full report on Community Wellbeing Survey