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Data on people's self-reported 'experienced' well-being could help inform policies

Gathering survey data on "experienced" well-being ? the self-reported levels of contentment, joy, stress, frustration, and other feelings people experience throughout the day and while engaged in various activities -- would be valuable to inform policies, says a new report.
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