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jeudi 7 mai 2015

Où sommes-nous les plus heureux ?

Votre bonheur peut dépendre de plein de choses, mais saviez-vous que le pays où vous êtes né est un facteur ? Le 23 avril 2015, le SDSN (Sustainable Development Solutions Network) a publié le troisième World Happiness Report, qui révèle où les gens sont les plus heureux et pourquoi. 
Ce "rapport du bonheur" prend en compte six facteurs :
    -  le PIB par habitant,
    - l'espérance de vie
    - le nombre de gens qui ont quelqu'un sur qui compter, 
    - la perception de liberté des choix, 
    - le niveau de corruption 
    - et la générosité. 
Les pays ont été classés sur une échelle de 1 à 10, avec une moyenne de 5,1. Le SDSN espère que les gouvernements concernés prendront en compte ces données et les résultats des recherches pour mettre en place de nouvelles politiques axées sur le bonheur des populations.  

Voici la liste des 25 pays où l'on est le plus heureux. 

1. Suisse (7,587)


MODEL RELEASED Friends enjoing snowball fight, Les Diablerets, Switzerland


2. Islande (7,561)


A supporter of the Icelandic handball team laughs ahead of a Group Two match of the men's European Handball Championship between Spain and Iceland in the Spektrum hall in Trondheim, Norway, on Thursday, Jan. 24, 2008. (


3. Danemark (7,527)


Birthday with cakes and Danish flags.


4. Norvège (7,522)


Wencke Myhre, Sohn Dan, Homestory, Oslo, Norwegen, Europa, See, Boot, Wasser, Steg, lachen, Sängerin, TL/TP;15.09.1994, (Photo by


5. Canada (7,427)


Feb 20, 2014; Sochi, RUSSIA; Fans of Canada celebrate after the women's ice hockey gold medal game against USA during the Sochi 2014 Olympic Winter Games at Bolshoy Ice Dome. Mandatory Credit: Richard Mackson-USA TODAY Sports


6. Finlande (7,406)


SYDNEY, AUSTRALIA - JANUARY 15:  A fan face painted with a Finnish flag smiles during day eight of the 2012 Sydney International at Sydney Olympic Park Tennis Centre on January 15, 2012 in Sydney, Australia.  (Photo by


7. Pays-Bas (7,378)


Argentine-born Princess Maxima of the Netherlands, holds her daughter Princess Alexia while Princess Catharina-Amalia  laughs during a photo session in Buenos Aires, Argentina Wednesday Dec.7, 2005. Princess Catharina-Amalia celebrates her second birthday on Wednesday.(


8. Suède (7,364)


Fans with faces painted in Sweden colors laugh prior to the match for third place between France and Sweden at the Women’s Soccer World Cup in Sinsheim, Germany, Saturday, July 16, 2011. (AP


9. Nouvelle-Zélande (7,286)


A young New Zealand All Blacks' fan poses for the camera ahead of her team's Rugby World Cup final against France at Eden Park in Auckland, New Zealand, Sunday, Oct. 23, 2011. (AP Photo/Alastair Grant)


10. Australie (7,284)


Little girl waving australian flag on a sunny day



11. Israël (7,278)


ISRAEL/GAZA, ISRAEL - NOVEMBER 22:   Israeli soldiers laugh and dance to music provided by visiting Hassidic Jews who visited to show their support to soldiers at the border with the Gaza Strip on November 22, 2012 close to the northern Gaza Strip border with Israel. The ceasefire between Israel and Hamas appears to be holding despite rockets being fired on Israel from Gaza. During the night the IDF reportedly arrested a number of 'terror operatives' in the West Bank in continued efforts to restore peace in the region.  (Photo by Christopher Furlong/Getty Images)


12. Costa Rica (7,226)


Blonde young lady laughing with her head thrown back as she and her friends lark around on the beach


13. Autriche (7,200)


Women in typical clothes carry basket full with food during a traditional annual harvest festival procession in Lofer, Austrian province of Salzburg, Sunday, Otc. 2, 2011. AP Photo /Kerstin Joensson)


14. Mexique (7,187)


A clown laughs with his colleagues after the annual International Clown Convention photograph in Mexico City October 19, 2011. More than 300 clowns gathered to pose for a group photo and proceeded to participate in a 15-minute laughing protest for world peace, local media reported.


15. États-Unis (7,119)


Sophie Katz, 4, of Hoboken, runs on the athletic field at Stevens Institute of Technology, where a large hot air balloon draped with the colors of the U.S. flag was being deflated, Tuesday, July 3, 2012, in Hoboken, N.J. The balloon, which is part of the Quick Chek New Jersey Festival of Ballooning held at the end of of July at Solberg Airport in Readington, N.J., flew over the athletic field in honor of the Fourth of July holiday. (AP Photo/Julio Cortez)


16. Brésil (6,983)


RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - FEBRUARY 08: Revelers laugh and dance during a 'bloco' street parade during pre-Carnival festivities on February 8, 2015 in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil. Carnival officially starts February 13 but pre-Carnival festivities are already underway in Brazil. (Photo by


17. Luxembourg (6,946)


OUTDOOR GROUP PEOPLE MEN WOMAN LUXEMBOURG FRESHNESS GROWTH RETAIL CENTER SHOP FLOWER PLACE GUILLAUME II COMMERCE FARMER'S MARKET SUNSHADE CHOICE SKY Travel Stock Not-Personality


18. Irlande (6,940)


This undated image provided by the Northern Ireland Tourism Board shows performers playing traditional Irish music at Kelly’s Cellars in Belfast, Northern Ireland. It’ll cost you to have a pint, of course, but you can enjoy the music for free. It’s one of a number of places around Belfast to experience good conversation and music. (AP Photo/NITB)


19. Belgique (6,937)


Crowds covered in confetti. Brussels, Belgium.- 'Blanc Moussi' celebrations at the Stavelot carnival parade, Brussels, Belgium - 22 Mar 2009


20. Émirats arabes unis (6,901)


DUBAI, UNITED ARAB EMIRATES - DECEMBER 01:  Girls in traditional UAE dress laugh as during a Dubai National Day parade on December 1, 2008 in Dubai, United Arab Emirates. National Day festivities traditionally take place on the 1st and 2nd of December with a parade for children and students on the 1st.  (Photo by


21. Royaume-Uni (6,867)


A visitor laughs at the Royal Ascot 2007 horse races in Ascot, U.K., Tuesday, June 19, 2007. Photographer:


22. Oman (6,853)


MUSCAT, OMAN - DECEMBER 15:  Local Omani school children soak up the atmosphere during the 2nd Asian Beach Games Muscat 2010 at Al-Musannah Sports City on December 15, 2010 in Muscat, Oman.  (Photo by Bryn Lennon/Getty Images)


23. Venezuela (6,810)


People laugh as they attend a session of laugh therapy in a plaza in Caracas, Venezuela, Tuesday, July 9, 2013. People attended the open session of laughter therapy with Venezuelan laughter therapist Menahem Belilty, who says that laughter has the healing powers to lift ones mood, enhance well-being and emotional balance, and in most cases helps people to overcome their problems. (AP Photo/Ariana Cubillos)


24. Singapour (6,798)


Fans smile at a photographer as American singer-songwriter Adam Young performs during a closing concert in Singapore Monday, Sept. 23, 2013, a day after the Singapore Formula One Grand Prix. (


25. Panama (6,786)


A reveller participates in the last day of the annual Carnival parade in Panama City, February 17, 2015. REUTERS/Carlos Jasso (PANAMA - Tags: SOCIETY)

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