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Friday, August 28, 2015

Top 10 Most Emotional Countries in the World for 2015, Philippines 4th


Led by Bolivia and El Salvador, Latin American countries dominate the top of the list of the most emotional countries in the world for 2014. On average, nearly six in 10 residents in each of these countries reported experiencing positive or negative emotions the previous day. Post-Soviet states largely dominate the list of countries at the other end of the spectrum, where at most four in 10 residents reported experiencing any of these feelings.

MOST MOST EMOTIONAL COUNTRIES IN THE WORLD

Bolivia
El Salvador
Ecuador
Philippines
Nicaragua
Guatemala
Iraq
Cambodia
Colombia
Costa Rica
Honduras

The 2015 Global Emotions report presents the results from Gallup's latest measurements of these two indexes based on nearly 153,000 interviews with adults in 148 countries in 2014.

This report includes exclusive measures that show:
  • the most positive countries in the world
  • the most negative countries in the world
  • countries where people are smiling, laughing a lot
  • countries where people are most likely to experience anger daily

Bolivia
El Salvador
Ecuador
Philippines

Nicaragua
Guatemala
Iraq
Cambodia
Colombia
Costa Rica
Honduras

Gallup’s Positive and Negative Experience Indexes measure life’s intangibles — the feelings and emotions that traditional economic indicators such as GDP were never intended to capture. Each index provides a real-time snapshot of people’s daily experiences, offering leaders insights into the health of their societies that they cannot gather from GDP measures alone. The 2015 Global Emotions report presents the results from Gallup’s latest measurements of people’s positive and negative daily experiences, based on nearly 153,000 interviews with adults in 148 countries in 2014.

According to Gallup’s 2015 Global Emotions report, released on Thursday, the saddest people in the world often (and not surprisingly) live in countries in turmoil — economic or otherwise. Indeed, the countries with the highest levels of negative experiences among residents (defined as often feeling pain, worry, sadness, stress and/or anger on the previous day) were, in this order: Iraq (which has been No. 1 on this list now for three years), Iran, Cambodia, Liberia, South Sudan, Uganda, Cyprus, Greece, Togo, Bolivia and the Palestinian Territories.


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