Nine in ten residents happy to live in Warsaw: Eurostat
PR dla Zagranicy
Ninety-three percent of Warsaw residents are happy to live in the city, according to a new poll by the EU’s statistics office, Eurostat.
The figure has grown by 3 percentage points since the last such poll in 2012.
The Eurostat survey took in 28 European capitals. Poland was ranked eighth in the “happiness index”.
The survey found that the happiest residents were those of Vilnius (98%, up from 93% in 2012), Stockholm and Copenhagen (both 97%), as well as Vienna and Luxembourg (96% each).
The least happy in the ranking were the citizens of Athens, Rome, Paris and Bucharest.
Source: wyborcza.pl, money.pl