Just 31 percent of Bulgarians were happy in 2014

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At the end of the year just 31% of Bulgarians say they were happy in 2014. However, in Bulgaria the number of the happy people is bigger than that of the unhappy, but the share of those who cannot decide is the biggest. 49 percent of Bulgarians say they feel neither happy nor unhappy. Those who feel sad or very miserable are 15%. 4 percent of the polled did not give an answer. This is what the annual End of Year Survey by WIN/Gallup International shows. The 38th edition of the study shows that happiness in the world has been growing.


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