Finland is the happiest country in the world for six years in a row and far ahead of other countries. He took second place Denmarkand the third Iceland.
Israel up five spots from last year to fourth, followed by him Dutch.
Income, health, having someone to rely on, feeling free to make important life decisions, being generous and being free from corruption all play important roles in supporting life evaluations, the report said.
Lithuania in turn, has climbed more than 30 places since 2017 and is now ranked 20th.
United States of America took 15th place in the ranking, a German — the largest economy in the EU — ranks 16th. Poland was ranked 39th which means up one position compared to the previous year.
The happiest countries in the world
5. The Netherlands
10. New Zealand
15. United States
18. Czech Republic
19. United Kingdom
How was the report made?
The report is based on six aspects:
– GDP per capita,
— healthy life expectancy according to data from the World Health Organization (WHO),
– social support,
— perceived freedom to make life decisions,
— perceived level of corruption.
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