Why the world is a happier place


By Nora Schultz THE economy is plummeting, the planet could burn to a crisp, and war has just broken out – again. Believe it or not though, people around the globe are happier today on average than they were 25 years ago. The secret seems to be a combination of rising economic prosperity, democracy and social liberalisation. Every few years the World Values Survey (WVS), headed by Ron Inglehart, quizzes about 1400 people in each of 52 countries on how happy they are. Last month it pooled 25 years of data and found that since 1981,
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