According to World Happiness Report’s latest data, Finland (7.54) and Norway (7.54) are the happiest countries in the world. On the other hand, the Central Republic of Africa (3.13) is the least happy country in the world.
Egypt was on the lower end of the scare with a score of 4.38 out of 8.
World Happiness Report measures happiness using six indicators: freedom, government trust, GDP per capita, economy, social support and family support.
This is an interactive graph displaying happiness across the world. The indicators show a trend across 5 years.