Compared with 2000, the number of people who consider themselves happy or are satisfied with their lives has increased in Ukraine, the data of sociological studies conducted by Razumkov Centre shows.

"The situation has improved compared with 2000, when there was a low level of economy and wages and pensions were not paid at all. But in 2012 we can notice that a number of happy people and people who are satisfied with their lives equals a number of unhappy and dissatisfied people. So the society is divided into two groups: dissatisfied people with their lives in whole and dissatisfied people but with some hope for the future," the director of the Sociological Service of Razumkov Centre Andriy Bychenko said.
In 2012, 12.6% Ukrainian citizens feel happy (9.8% in 2000), 34.5% people are satisfied with their lives (in 2000 - 22.7%), 38.7% are dissatisfied with their lives (in 2000 - 53.4%), and 4.2% people are frankly unhappy (in 2000 - 7.4%). 10% of the respondents found it difficult to respond (in 2000 - 6.7%).


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