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People from all over Europe have revealed how happy they are in their country thanks to a study carried out by the European Union.
Between September and October 2017, EU citizens were interviewed and asked questions about their family, work, and homes.
One of the questions; 'How happy are you living in your country?' - produced some interesting results.
Those living in Denmark were the happiest with where they lived, while citizens of Hungary were apparently the unhappiest with their country.
Denmark 99 per cent
Ireland 98 per cent
The Netherlands and Sweden 97 per cent
Romania 67 per cent
Bulgaria 66 per cent
Hungary 62 per cent
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