Quality of life in Spain improved in 2021, with the Multidimensional Quality of Life Indicator (MQLI) standing at 101.83 points, compared to 101.66 in the previous year. This improvement was driven, especially, by the educational dimension.
The nine dimensions covered by the MQLI are material living conditions, work, education, health, leisure and social relations, safety, governance and fundamental rights, environment and general life experience.
Navarra, La Rioja and Aragón were the autonomous regions with the highest quality of life in 2021, as in the last edition. On the other hand, Andalusia, the Canary Islands and the Region of Murcia had the lowest levels in the study.
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