"The researchers, who conducted 81 in-depth interviews with
participants in the scheme, concluded that while there was significant
diversity in their experiences, they were generally more satisfied with
their lives and experienced less mental strain, depression, sadness and
loneliness than the control group.
The researchers also noted a mild positive effect on employment,
particularly in certain categories, such as families with children,
adding that participants also tended to score better on other measures
of wellbeing, including greater feelings of autonomy, financial
security, and confidence in the future."
Spain and Scotland are up next.