The most miserable country in the world is the Central African Republic, where fighting between the various factions has forced tens of thousands of people to flee their homes. This is according to the report, Gallup, which was named the most miserable country in the world.
The survey was conducted in 147 countries, among 145 thousand people.
According to the report, Central African Republic (the negative rating was 61%) was one of 11 countries where “the majority of the population was experiencing a lot of physical pain.” In the anti-hit Iraq (59% negative), South Sudan (55%), Chad (54%), Egypt (47%), Iran (45%), Uganda (44%).
At the same time, the highest “luck factor” are Paraguay (85% of the population consider themselves happy people), Colombia and El Salvador (82%).
In Ukraine “level of depression” is average, and the figures are comparable with the EU and the USA.