Denmark again ranks as the happiest place on earth. Meanwhile, Trump is doing best in the angriest U.S. states.
If President Obama played basketball with the king of Bhutan, would the world have a better shot at becoming a happier place?
People who live in societies where incomes face progressive tax rates — that is, societies where tax rates rise as income rises — report higher levels of happiness than people who live in flatter tax systems, notes a new study that compared Gallup polling data from 54 nations.
If we grow apart as we grow economically, details a landmark new study in the journal Psychological Science, we will as a society never grow more happy. The new research digs deep into four decades of data from the National Science Foundation’s General Social Survey.