• Satisfaction on the rise in emerging nations


    WASHINGTON D.C.: Those who live in emerging economies are considerably more satisfied with their lives than they were seven years ago, according to a global public opinion survey published on Thursday (Friday in Manila). The surge in satisfaction was particularly strong in Asian nations such as China, Indonesia and Malaysia, the Washington-based Pew Research Center said. Pollsters in 43 countries asked 47,643 people where they’d rank themselves on a 10-rung “ladder of life,” with 10 representing the best possible life and one the worst.


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