With this year’s Globe Happiness Reflect, which utilizes global survey data to report how people rate their lives in more than 150 nations worldwide, the World Happiness Report will celebrate its tenth anniversary. The World Happiness index 2023 sheds light on a ray of hope in these terrible times. Not only did the pandemic cause agony and suffering, but it also resulted in an upsurge in social assistance and charity.
World Happiness Index 2023
According to the world happiness index, the World Happiness Report is an indicator of global happiness. The rankings are based on reports of respondents’ assessments of their own lives, and articles on national happiness are included. The report also compares with other elements that influence (quality of) life. As of March 2023, According to the World Happiness Report, Finland was named the happiest nation in the world five times in a row. The latest calculation is yet to be announced. Here we have listed the last year’s index.
|Rank||Country||Happiness 2022||Happiness 2020||2022 Population|
|25||United Arab Emirates||6.561||6.791||10,081,785|
|63||Bosnia And Herzegovina||5.813||5.674||3,249,317|
|81||Republic of the Congo||5.342||5.194||5,797,805|
This report was primarily based on the Gallup World Poll. World Happiness Reports can be downloaded on the website, and a video accompanies each report. The 2020 study was edited by John F. Helliwell, Richard Layard, Jeffrey D. Sachs, and Jan-Emmanuel De Neve among other Cambridge professors. As associate editors for this volume, Lara Aknin, Shun Wang, and Haifang Huang are involved.
World Happiness Index Country-wise Rank & Report 2023
According to the World Happiness Report, Finland ranked the happiest nation globally for the fifth consecutive year. A new report, released two days before the annual International Day of Happiness, was released by the UN’s Sustainable Development Solutions Network. It rates 150 nations (146 in 2023) based on personal well-being, levels of GDP, life expectancy, and other quality of life measures. Based on an average of data collected over three years and a mathematical formula, the list, which is now in its tenth year, awards a score from 0 to 10.
The following are the top 20 happiest nations in the world with changes from the previous year if any,
(1.) Finland (=)
(2.) Denmark (=)
(3.) Iceland (+1)
(4.) Switzerland (-1)
(5.) The Netherlands (=)
(6.) Luxembourg (+2)
(7.) Sweden (=)
(8.) Norway (-2)
(9.) Israel (+3)
(10.) New Zealand (-1)
(11.) Austria (-1)
(12.) Australia (-1)
(13.) Ireland (+2)
(14.) Germany (-1)
(15.) Canada (-1)
(16.) United States (+3)
(17.) United Kingdom (=)
(18.) Czech Republic (=)
(19.) Belgium (+1)
(20.) France (new entrant)
Frequently Asked Questions
Which is the happiest country in the world?
The happiest country in the world is Finland, which has been named so for the fifth consecutive year. Denmark is second, Iceland is third, Switzerland is fourth, and the Netherlands is fifth.
Which is the saddest country in the world?
Afghanistan was named the saddest country in the world for the second year in a row in the latest World Population Survey report on the world’s happiest countries.
Why is Finland the happiest country?
In addition to low crime rates, a beautiful natural environment, a strong sense of community and cooperation, and universal health care, Finland is believed to be a happy nation.
What’s the most unsafe country?
Global travel specialists at International SOS have developed an interactive tool called the Travel Risk Map that shows the most dangerous countries to visit in 2023. It includes Afghanistan, the Central African Republic, Iraq, Libya, Mali, Somalia, South Sudan, Syria, and Yemen.
Which country is the oldest in the world?
The Republic of San Marino is one of the smallest and oldest countries in the world. Italians founded the tiny country on September 3rd, 301 BCE when they were utterly landlocked by it.
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33 thoughts on “World Happiness Index 2023 Country wise Rank & Report”
Why is Bhutan not even in the list?
Its one of the happiest country in the world.
Because servey didn’t held
It is really surprising to many. If the report is to be believed then it can be questioned also. Some one should be responsible to answer this, why Bhutan is not included in the survey which is no doubt a happy country.
There’s lots of Asian countries on the list.
I saw it somewhere on the internet that they’re no longer happy because they found out how poor of a country they live in since the internet became widely available with access to smartphones and social media. I tried finding some supporting articles to this theory but haven’t seen though. So it might not be true. Take it with a grain of salt.
Bhutan is known as Land of Happiness but it was very sad that Bhutan is not even in the list forget about rankings.
where is Bhutan 🇧🇹.
It is a country and why isit not even In a list?
At least all must know status !
China and pakistan more happier than india 😄😄 what is the meaning of it in china only communist fellows having the freedom and in pak even imrankhan dont have the freedom to speak but they are happier than india 😄😄
Because they are not concerned about india as much as indians are concerned about pakistan and china so bro get a life
yes, you are right bro. you know that India will not attack first so your public is happy.
But India knows that Pakistani aatankwadi will attack on India any time so we are concerned about Pakistan. Same for china also.
you are probably Indian, am I right?
This is another useless index, as World Hunger Index. The basis of calculation and the indicators used makes it redundant for Asian countries, particularly South Asia. All indictors applied in calculation of this index are western — societal values of individual and families appear to be totally excluded.
I just hope that multilateral agencies do not consider it of any use for their development programs in Asia.
The first 8 countries wilth High suicide rates, Happiest😕😂and the perrenial land grabber and Apartheid state Isreal at 12…is this pure comedy??
There is temples, churches and mosques more than the people! Indians Will suffer here and will get supreme blessings in the next birth at heaven!!!
no shut up
I think the concern person have to revisit the list and make sure the countries are in the list. Bhutan is no where in the list.
Surveyor has forgotten the Bhutan..
Bhutanese people expectation is low, therefore people living there are more happy.
Sierra Leone happier than India …2 minutes of silence to those who conducted this survey 😆😆
Surely.. The Surveyor was weeding while making report…
I you come back to conduct survey in Rwanda please talk to local people, I am sure Rwanda will take Afghanistan’s place. Rwandans we are so sad.
Happiness is based on GDP , availability of essentials , and feeling security and finally the attitude of people. Bhutan is definitely a happy country , they may not have responded to the questionnaire at the time of assessment
Sri Lanka, Pakistan and China are happier than India.I don’t know which kind of weed they smoke to make this kind of index report.
The weed is truth, unbias & facts
Everyone is happy in North Korea (:
LOOKS LIKE OLD AND MANIPULATED DATA. BHUTAN IS NOT EVEN IN THE LIST, UKRAINE AND RUSSIA FIGHTING IN WAR, INFLATION IN SRILANKA CLIMBING SKY AND SO ON
Happiness of Citizens is Individual basis. Even in crisis, people tend to be happy. We Indians are perhaps do not have gratitude of having everything and always expect more.
Its only west propaganda. After killing blacks, Sikhs and several protest, USA is in the list. More irony, after truckers protest and Justin Trudeau’s dictatorship by freezing protestors account, which Indian PM never did after farmers protest, still both country are in top 20, also all colonial powers like UK, France, etc are also in the list. If these colonial countries never colonized the world, then almost every country would have been happy. What a irony, they removed Bhutan from the list.
Why is it only first world countries are at the top? Perhaps, it`s based on hedonistic happiness based measures but certainly, not eudaimonic!
Why is it only first world countries are at the top? Perhaps, it`s based on hedonistic happiness but certainly, not eudaimonic!