Denmark Is Happiest Country, Study Says
Posted on Jul 28, 2006
According to a scientist at the University of Leicester in England, Burundi is the unhappiest country in the world, and the U.S. came in 23rd out of 178 countries ranked.
If you’re looking for happiness, go and live in Denmark.
The study, from a scientist at the University of Leicester in England, ranked 178 countries and did not include those involved in conflicts, such as Iraq.
It is the happiest country in the world while Burundi in Africa is the most unhappy, according to a report by a British scientist released Friday.
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