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Mahalo nui for contributing your voice to the 2024 ‘Imi Pono Hawai‘i Wellbeing Survey! Stay tuned for the release of our findings and publications. Your input is invaluable to us.

Referring to the search for wholeness and balance, ‘Imi Pono seeks a more complete picture of wellbeing among Native Hawaiians and Hawai‘i residents. As the source and outcome of multiple factors, wellbeing feeds, and is fed by, many streams. Native Hawaiian perspectives of wellbeing emphasize relationships, interconnections, and balance.

Increasing and sustaining wellbeing requires relevant and actionable data. ‘Imi Pono examines wellbeing from holistic and strengths-based perspectives. The results will inform organizational planning and improve community services for Native Hawaiians.

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Liliuokalani Trust
Papa Ola Lokahi
The Queen's Health System
Marzano Research

Email with any questions or comments about this survey.

This interactive dashboard provides results for the 2021, 2022, and 2023 survey administration. Results can be explored for each survey question and further broken out by respondent demographics.

Download Surveys and Datasets

We believe that Indigenous communities govern the collection, ownership, and application of their own data. The 2021 and 2022 survey instruments and datasets are available to download here.

2023 Findings

This brief examines sources of housing stress and relief among Hawai‘i residents.

This infographic explores residentsʻ beliefs regarding food security and food behaviors such as where they obtain food and considerations in choosing what to eat.

This infographic explores residentsʻ voting habits, trust in government, engagement in civic activities, and demonstrated leadership within their community.

This brief examines health outcomes among Hawai‘i residents from a Native Hawaiian perspective, which emphasizes spiritual, interpersonal, and land-based connections.

This infographic examines the use, frequency, and proficiency of ‘Ōlelo Hawai‘i among Hawai‘i residents, and provides recommendations to promote the continued proliferation of ‘Ōlelo Hawai‘i.
‘Ōlelo Hawai‘i version | English version


2022 Findings

2021 Findings