Here are the results of the WIN/Gallup International Association's annual survey of which citizens in the world are the happiest. So which country was the happiest in 2015 and how did Slovenia fare?
In a study, the findings of which were published on December 31, 2015, it is between September and December 2015 66,040 people from 68 countries. Respondents had to answer the question whether in general they personally feel very happy, satisfied, neither satisfied nor dissatisfied, dissatisfied or very unhappy.
And according to the research, they feel the best... Colombians. That's right, the happiest country in the world is Colombia. As many as 87 percent of Colombians surveyed said they were satisfied, and only 2 percent said they were dissatisfied. S 85 percent they are so Colombian 20 points above the world average and they are almost twice as happy as people in the US. Colombia is not at the top of the list for the first time. Also last year it was the happiest country in the world.
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And where is it Slovenia? Slovenians answered the survey as follows: 54 percent say they are happy, 39 percent are neither satisfied nor dissatisfied, and 6 percent say they are unhappy. Ours the happiness index is therefore 48 percent.
Here are the 10 happiest countries in the world:
3. Saudi Arabia