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Norwegians are on average the happiest people in the world. What‘s their secret? It has to do with a high living standard, a life close to nature and a generally constructive attitude.

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Unidentified
most of norwegians are depressed and weird.
B Kim
People should have more skepticism about these "happiest" country claims. And, I thought it was Denmark at some point, and at another point, it was Bhutan. I never believe these surveys anyway. How do you measure happiness to begin with?


BTW, from what I heard, I think Italy, Spain, and so on should be the happiest countries. People there seem to socialize a lot at cafes and restaurants, their foods are great, they have amazing weather. That would be my two cents if you care to know.
dag hugo Wilhelmsen
Why they are happy? In a country with a lot of snow and rain. Have you ever watch children playing in the snow or in roads with water holes. Norwegians have time for playing. You need a positiv attitude. Ther are no bad weather just bad cloting. As long as you keep on playing you are happy.
Rudi Chinchilla
Norways owes it to oil but prices are going down and without other im puts into the economy ,their benefits will diminish.
Costa Rica makes it better with more beautiful labdscapes and sunny beaches aside from the political system
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Rudi Chinchilla
Costa Rica has been Number one lately at the top of international ranking
Sushil Bade
👀📰😀🤔
Dabid Jibon
Relaty not like this
Kast Meka
What a sick joke. Norway has the population of one US state, Colorado. Let them deal with real issues that larger nations contend with daily.
Michael Slowik
I found this video manipulative. Do anyone question the methodology of this ranking? If we focus on things like government corruption, job security, LGBTQ rights, and healthcare, developed European countries will rank high. If we focus on how people live their lives, and positive/negative experiences ranking look drastically different and at the top, you see mainly Latin America countries.
bhausa channel
Thanks
Mia Lynn
Hopefully it will not become another Swedenistan.
Puro
I love my country.
Alt for Norge.
To all of you leaving Norway because it's not for you, good, more Norway for Norwegians.:D
Vlad D. Teach
LOl, being the richest and most priveleged people on earth perhaps?
Ridiculous
Kabuki Syneri
"world happiness index" is a bunch of nonsense. Don not believe for a second these people are the happiest. I'm from Sweden, btw.
Hjørdis Kristina Kure
whenever i see shit like this, i get so weirded out. norway isnt a happy country, but still its the happiest in the world. anorexia is the 3rd most common cause of death amongst young girls and more young boys commits suicide than dies in a traffic accident. the only people our government cares about are the richest white men in the country, and refugees, children, the ill and poor people are an afterthought, if thought about at all.
Adrian Hudek
Gas is the reason.If we had so much gas in our country with only 5 milion people,I would be very happy.Also,perhaps tablets they take to stop depresion may make them very happy.
youme1414
Beleive me these people are missing a lot but pretend to have a lot. I can see it in their lives in this video.
Phillip S
But why are they not the longest living people like Okinawa. Japan, the island of Sardinia, or Loma Linda CA?
Arctic Winter
First rule. Homogeneous population
Juan Miguel
So basically: More nature, Less people. Got it.
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