Findings on happiness in McNeil et al. (2012): study ZZ 2012

Author(s)McNeil, J.; Baily, L.; Ellis, S.
TitleTrans Mental Health and Emotional Wellbeing Study 2012
SourceTrans Mental Health Study, 2012, UK
PublicTransgender people, UK and Ireland, 2012
 Gender identities: 40% female 25% male 15 % variable, fluid, non-binary 8 % constant and clear non-binary 6 % unsure 3 % other 3 % no gender identity
Collect periodapril
Last collect periodjuly
Survey nameTrans Mental Health Study
SampleNon-probability snowball sample
 Self selected recruiting through trans support groups, online forums and mailing lists, equality and health groups and professional networks with potential links to the trans population
Respondents N =745
Non ResponseNot available
AssesmentQuestionnaire: web
Happiness measure(s) used
Full textSelfreport on single question: How satisfied are you with your life in general? 5 very satisfied 4 satisfied 3 neither dissatisfied nor satisfied 2 dissatisfied 1 very dissatisfied
Author's labellife satisfacrion
Page in publication16
RemarksWeighted average computed by WDH team. Transformation to 0-10 scale using linear stretch by WDH team
Finding used in
nation ranks
 On original range 1 - 5On range 0 - 10
Standard deviation0.844.20

Correlational findings

Author's label Our subject description
Stage of transitionshow  Phase of sexe reassignment