- Department for Work and Pensions
- Part of:
- Ad hoc statistical analysis 2014 – quarter 1 and Social Justice outcomes framework: family stability indicator
- 13 March 2014
Statistics setting out the latest results for the family stability indicator.
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The figures presented in this document set out the latest results for the family stability indicator and compare them to the baseline set out in Social Justice: transforming lives – one year on.
The family stability indicator measures:
- the percentage of all children who are not living with both their birth parents, by age of child
- the percentage of children in low income households not living with both parents compared to the percentage of children in middle to higher income households
- the percentage of children living with both birth parents where the parents report happiness or unhappiness in their relationship
We have also published a series of reports showing how we are achieving the outcomes set out in ‘Social Justice: transforming lives – one year on’.
Keep up to date with social justice developments at the Public Service Transformation Network Social Justice site.
Published: 13 March 2014