Spaniards Are Happiest People in Europe, Italians Most Pessimistic

Spaniards Are Happiest People in Europe, Italians Most Pessimistic
Spaniards once again topped Gallup's poll of Europe's happiest people - Image Source: Sevilla City Centre

A RECENT poll by Gallup International has revealed that Spaniards are Europe’s happiest people while Italians are the most pessimistic group on the continent.

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Spaniards once again topped the list of Gallup’s happiness survey in Europe, with 65% of those polled describing themselves as happy. Only 7% of Spain said they were unhappy, while 26% described themselves as being neither happy nor unhappy. This marks a 7% decline in Spanish happiness since 2019 when almost 3 quarters of the population described themselves as happy.

Meanwhile, Europe is the most pessimistic continent on Earth, with only 46% of EU citizens anticipating 2021 to be better than this year and 29% believing it will be worse. Italians top the continent for pessimism, with only 13% holding hope that things will improve in the New Year. Overall, half of all Europeans said they were happy, 46% said that 2021 would bring economic difficulty, and just 25% believed that we can look forward to economic prosperity next year. Finland is the most optimistic country in Europe, at 57%.

Indians (64%) and Latin Americans (61%) are the happiest people on Earth, while 54% of the world’s population said they are happy.

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