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Report: Iraq is the 3rd in the world among the most "unhappy" countries and exposed to negative feel

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Alsumaria News - Iraq
Iraq ranked third in the world after Afghanistan and Lebanon, among the countries most exposed to negative emotions, according to a recent report by the American Gallup Foundation.


A report showed[You must be registered and logged in to see this link.]Feelings 2022, an increase in the global rate of unhappiness, after a historical number was recorded in the measurements of public opinion regarding the feelings of pressure, sadness, anger, anxiety and physical pain that people suffer daily.






The report, which was based on interviews about 127,000 individuals in 122 countries, revealed that a large proportion of those surveyed said that they faced a lot of anxiety (42%) or stress (41%), and about a third said they had experienced physical pain (31%).

While more than a quarter of the poll respondents experienced feelings of sadness (28%), and nearly a quarter felt angry (23%), according to the organization that has been conducting similar statistics annually since 2006.

Stats indicate[You must be registered and logged in to see this link.](An American analytics and consulting company based in Washington), that negative sentiment has not decreased since its measurements began in 2006 only twice; The first in 2007, the second in 2014.


The ranking of the ten countries most exposed to negative emotions was as follows:[You must be registered and logged in to see this link.]Lebanon, then[You must be registered and logged in to see this link.], Sierra Leone, Jordan, Turkey, then Bangladesh, Ecuador, Guinea, and finally Benin.

While the ten countries least vulnerable to negative experiences were as follows: Latvia, Kyrgyzstan, Estonia, Russia and South Africa, then Lithuania, Malaysia, Mongolia, Singapore, Mauritius, Kosovo, Taiwan and Kazakhstan.

The effects of negative feelings are not limited to the individual alone, but can lead to the streets and fuel unrest in countries, according to the Al Jazeera Net website.

According to the Global Peace Index, riots, strikes, and anti-government protests increased by 244% between 2011 and 2019. In 2020, the unrest doubled, reaching about 15,000 demonstrations worldwide.

According to the report, there are many factors that make people unhappy, but five of them have contributed significantly to the rise in global unhappiness: poverty, hunger, bad societies, loneliness and a scarcity of good work.

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