43 Percent of Bulgarians Say They Are Happy

43 Percent of Bulgarians Say They Are Happy

The 40th consecutive global End of Year survey, which examines expectations, views and beliefs of nearly 67 thousand people from 66 countries, has found out that 68% of people in the world feel happy, while 42% are optimistic about economic prospects. 
In Bulgaria 43% of polled people say they are happy, while 10 percent feel miserable. 45% remain in the middle of the chart, while the rest say it was difficult to answer. Waiting for the start of 2017, 21% of Bulgarians feel optimistic, 26% are pessimists, 40% express neutral opinion and 13% find it difficult to answer. 12% expect 2017 to be a year of economic growth, while 33% say there would be economic difficulties.
 
 
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