The World Values Survey, a global network of social scientists, has come up with a study that rates countries’ inhabitants on their sense of well-being. In short, who is happiest?
The Stockholm, Sweden-based WVS interviewed 120,000 people on six continents representing 82 societies and 85 per cent of the planet’s population. The U.S. made the top 15 — barely.
WVS determined that the Commonwealth of Puerto Rico was the happiest.
Which begs a certain question.
Given Puerto Rican emigration patterns, that must say something about life in Orlando and Spanish Harlem. Perhaps it’s ecstatic.