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On top of the world: Europeans say they are happier than ever

Despite social and political turbulence, most EU people report broad levels of satisfaction
The most content Europeans are in Switzerland, Norway, Finland and Austria, according to a Eurostat survey. Photograph: NurPhoto/Getty Images

Europeans are happier with their lives than they were five years ago, according to a survey in 32 countries that hints at broad levels of satisfaction despite one of the most turbulent

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