National Survey - health, education and cash
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Wales quizzed on health and happiness

People in Wales are "extremely satisfied" with schools and the NHS but remain worried about finances, an official survey has suggested.

The National Survey questioned nearly 15,000 people in the Welsh government study.

Of those questioned, 90% said they were satisfied with NHS hospital care, while 92% of parents were happy with their child's primary school.

But 52% said they were struggling to meet the monthly bills.

BBC Wales political reporter James Williams has been delving into the results.

Welsh 'happy' with schools and NHS

  • 31 May 2013