37% OF ARMENIANS UNHAPPY WITH LIFE - GALLUP

Vestnik Kavkaza, Russia
Dec 4 2013

4 December 2013 - 12:54pm

Gallup International questioned people in 143 countries of the world
in 2012 to see how many considered their lives distressful. 37%
of Armenians called their lives distressful, more than in Bulgaria,
Afghanistan and Syria.

Gallup experts split the people questioned into three categories:
prosperity, fight and suffering on a 10-point scale.

Cambodia, Haiti, Hungary, Madagascar, Macedonia, Iraq, Syria and
Afghanistan are among the top 10 states with the most distressed
populations.

Gallup International questioned people in 143 countries of the world
in 2012 to see how many considered their lives distressful. 37%
of Armenians called their lives distressful, more than in Bulgaria,
Afghanistan and Syria.

Gallup experts split the people questioned into three categories:
prosperity, fight and suffering on a 10-point scale.

Cambodia, Haiti, Hungary, Madagascar, Macedonia, Iraq, Syria and
Afghanistan are among the top 10 states with the most distressed
populations.