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Top 10 Happiest Countries In The World
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You may think your country is the happiest place to be, but according to the United Nations’ World Happiness Report, you may be wrong! WatchMojo presents the Top 10 Happiest Countries in the World! But what will take the top spot on our list? Will it be Norway, Finland, or Denmark? Watch to find out!

#10. Australia
#9. Sweden
#8. New Zealand
#7. Canada
#6. Netherlands
#5. Switzerland
#4. Iceland
#3, #2, #1 ?

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  1. Australia used to be one of the happiest countries. Now it’s full of arsonists and lowlifes.

  2. Okay, it’s official I’m moving to Norway or finland! I had it of USA enormous bills, how expensive it is, and the annoying people. USA is only for the upper class and the rich people.

  3. I wish people would stop using the term ‘Free Healthcare’, as it’s a misnomer. It’s still payed for by taxes (as right-wingers are quick to point out), but it’s much more efficient than the private system here in ‘muricaland. In fact, the US is the only industrialized country without some form universal health care.

  4. Hahaha Australia, Sweden, Canada face higher immigration crime rates these days. More like countries that need to be paranoid because they let in too many savages. The more you bring in, the more resources you need to control them and educate them to coexist among society.

  5. Sweden and Finland also have some of the highest suicide rates in the world (certainly among the highest in the developed world) so maybe the UN needs to change how it measures “happiness”.

  6. This is why we should all adopt the Nordic Economic Model its highly successful and shows that you don’t need austerity or cuts to healthcare and education to produce a stable economy while also proving that the country can be happy as well.

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