As well as comparisons at a national level, the Better Life Index also allows for comparisons to be made across, smaller sub-national "regions". These are defined as the first tier of-sub-national government - for example, states in the USA, provinces in Canada or regions in France. On this basis Jersey’s overall regional well-being score of 7.2 (out of 10) placed it 132nd out of 403 regions.
Regions from four countries (Australia, Canada, Norway and the USA) accounted for the top 25 highest ranked regions; the Canberra Capital region of Australia was ranked the highest, with a score of 9.7. In contrast, regions from three countries (Chile, Mexico and Turkey) accounted for the lowest 25 ranked regions; the Puebla region of Mexico was ranked the lowest with a score of 1.6.
You can examine the full regional results on our open data site.