End of Year Survey

End of Year SurveyEnd of Year Survey

WIN (Worldwide Independent Network) /Gallup International, the world’s leading association in market research and polling, on Wednesday (Dec 31) published its 38th End of Year Survey exploring the outlook, expectations, views and beliefs of 64,002 people from 65 countries across the globe, ISNA reported.

According to the survey:  70% of people worldwide say they are happy with their life up from 60% last year, although just 42% believe that next year (2015) will be one of economic prosperity for their country. Fiji is the happiest country in the world (93%) while Iraq is the least happy (31%). Africa (75%) and Asia (63%) are the most confident that 2015 will be better than 2014. Just 12% of Western Europeans believe that 2015 will be a year of economic prosperity. Three out of five people globally would go to war for their country, with MENA (77%) in stark contrast to Western Europe (25%).