Why the ‘Happiness’ Index is so hard to quantify

The happiness index (HI) is a measure of how happy people are with their lives.

It is based on a number of factors including how satisfied people are, how many people they meet and how they interact with others.

However, it does not take into account how happy the country is compared to other countries or the amount of people in the population.

The data comes from the World Happiness Report (which is based in part on a survey of people worldwide).

The data is from Gallup’s International Happiness Report, which measures the happiness of 1,000 people living in different countries around the world.

It was published last year and has been downloaded more than 150,000 times.

The survey found that the United States ranked last in the index with an index of 56.7.

This is down from the last time it was published, when it was at 57.5.

The index measures how happy a country is on a scale from 0 to 100, with 0 indicating no happy people and 100 indicating very happy people.

The highest score is 70.9, which indicates a score of 100.

The index is based only on happiness in a country’s people.

What are the key findings from the study?

The index measures people’s happiness in different ways.

It measures how satisfied a country would be if it were to become a world leader in all areas of life.

It also measures the degree to which people are happy with their economic and social conditions.

The United States has a score below 50 and is ranked 58.5 in the world for its economic condition.

The index also considers happiness in terms of the overall health of a country.

The report found that in the United Kingdom, people are less happy than people in other countries, which means that people are getting older and living longer.

The health of the country’s population has also dropped.

The United States, ranked last, is the only country in the survey to be ranked at 50.

It has a health index of 43.5 and a score in the 50s.

It scored 42.3 in the past survey.

The report also considers a countrys happiness by measuring how happy it is with life as a whole, not just in individual areas.

In other words, it measures happiness across the population rather than just individuals.

This can lead to a lot of differences between countries.

For example, people in India score a lot higher on the index of happiness in comparison to the United Arab Emirates, which has a lower index of 70.0.

For people in Singapore, the index is a lot lower than that of Singapore, at 61.8, meaning that it scores higher than countries like India.

It scores 61.4 in the previous survey, and 62.4 last year.

The countrys health index has dropped since last year, but the survey has been very accurate in showing how people are feeling.

India has the highest happiness index in the countrys survey at 68.3.

India also scored the highest in the global index at 61, which is very high compared to the rest of the world, according to the survey.

India’s health index is the highest of any country in Asia and the Middle East, with Singapore and the United Emirates ranking second and third respectively.

The other Asian countries with high health indexes are Japan and South Korea.

The happiness index has been criticised in the last couple of years because it is a measurement that is subjective and relies on subjective measures.

The research conducted by the Global Happiness Index is based not on how people feel, but on how well they interact and how happy they are with the way their life is going.

This does not reflect how happy and satisfied the country really is, nor how it performs in international rankings.

According to the report, happiness is not just about how happy you are, it is also about how well you are interacting with others, how much you do, and how well your people are doing.

The happiness of a nation can be directly measured by how many of its people are living in a happy state, and it can also be measured by the level of happiness people feel in their daily lives.

The global happiness index scores a country from 0 (very happy) to 100 (very unhappy) based on how much it scores.