|Denmark: Roskilde Festival 2012,|
The richest slum in the world,
as we used
to say here on north.
We see In its latest release on the subject, refer by BBC, the Office for National Statistics, ONS, compares how happy British people are with how happy people are in the other 27 countries of the European Union. Denmark, Finland and Sweden occupied the top three spots, with Greece, Hungary and Bulgaria in the bottom three.
One causal link relation between the basic economic security and one specific basic psychological sense of `happiness´ it seems obvious.
By the way,
According to the World Happiness Report 2012 Finland was the second happiest country in the world behind Denmark and ahead of Norway, the Netherlands and Canada. A total of 156 countries took part in the survey.
Finland was the seventh happiest country in the world, according to the last released World Happiness Report 2013. while still a total of 156 countries took part in the survey.
The five other countries ranking higher than Finland were Norway (2), Switzerland (3), the Netherlands (4), Sweden (5) and Canada (6).