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there Finland It has won the record of the happiest country in the world for the sixth time. It was announced by the World Happiness Report on the International Day of Happiness that it ranked second Denmark and on the thirdIceland. To live well, it’s better to go to Northern Europe, with Sweden and Norway at the top of the rankings. Also in the top 10 are Israel, up from ninth last year to fourth this year, the Netherlands to fifth, Switzerland to eighth, Luxembourg to ninth and New Zealand to tenth. Also in the top 20 are Australia (12), Canada (13), Ireland (14), the United States (15) and the UK (19). France dropped out of the top 20 this year, at twenty-first, while Lithuania moved up from 52nd in 2017 to twentieth this year. l’Italy It lost two positions to 33rd place from 31st place behind Spain and ahead of Kosovo. The world’s unhappiest country, torn apart by war and controlled by the Taliban, Afghanistan closes the ranking of the 137 countries analysed.
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Not long ago, Lebanon was hit by an unprecedented economic crisis and deep political instability. In these countries, according to the study, life expectancy is more than five points lower than in the top ten happiest countries in the world. Russia ranks 70th and Ukraine 92nd in this year’s rankings. Six factors assessed by the World Happiness Report can be used to draw the happiness ranking of the analyzed countries, namely life expectancy in good health, GDP per capita, social support, low level of corruption, and generosity of society. others and the freedom to make important decisions in their lives.
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