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A Color-Coded Map of the Countries Where People Feel the Most and Least Loved

Yasha Wallin

Over 2006 and 2007, Gallup surveyed people in 136 countries about the amount of love in their lives, asking them, “Did you experience love for a lot of the day yesterday?” The point of the question was to determine the countries where people feel the most and least loved. The three countries with the very highest scores are, in this order, the Philippines (93 percent), Rwanda (92 percent) and Puerto Rico (90 percent). Where does your country rank?

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  • Rosalie Murphy

    I spent a month in Kazakhstan once and met some of the most welcoming, hospitable people ever. That surprises me!