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"How happy is your country? A new report used interviews with more than 146,000 people around the world to rank 145 countries by the well being of their residents.
Participants answered questions about five aspects of their well-being: their sense of purpose, social relationships, financial situations, community involvement and physical health. Based on their responses, participants were considered "thriving," "struggling" or "suffering" in each of those five aspects."
We want to know: why are people in Latin America and non-Anglophone northern Europe so damn happy - and Asians much less so?
Here is the list:
2 Costa Rica
3 Puerto Rico
18 El Salvador
117 South Korea
Source: Live Science
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