Pakistan has overtaken India in the index of happy countries of the world.
This year, as every year, on the occasion of International Day of Happiness, March 20, Gallup released a list of annual “Happy Countries” prepared with the support of the United Nations and other international organizations.
Gallup first published the list in 2012 and released its ninth list this year, which surveyed 149 countries around the world.
The list includes countries from all continents of the world, including the poor, the rich, the developing, the developed, the terrorist-affected, the insurgent, and the starving.
The list of countries’ happiness ranks according to their income, expenses, social freedom, health, education, the chances of getting help from others in difficult times, and other issues were taken into account, including the confidence of the people.
Surprisingly, this year, 9 out of the top 10 countries in the world belong to the continent of Europe, while one belongs to Asia.
According to the list, the happiest people in the world are from the European country of Finland, while the most unhappy people are from Pakistan’s neighbor Afghanistan, which was placed at the bottom of the list at 149.
The list includes Pakistan, China, India, Saudi Arabia, Turkey, Zimbabwe, Australia, New Zealand, Malaysia, and the United Kingdom.
Some increase in the happiness of the people of countries like Pakistan and China was noticed and China made progress by 10 points in this regard.
In the same list, India is ranked 139th, which means it is among the 10 unhappy countries in the world.
In the above list, China is ranked 84th in the list of happy countries while Pakistan is ranked 105th.
The list said that Pakistanis are happier than the people of India, the second-largest country in terms of population.
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