Armenians have very few positive emotions - Gallup PollSociety
Latin Americans are the most positive people in the world, while Armenians together with 13 other nations are among the least likely to report positive emotions, a Gallup survey has found.
Residents in Panama and Paraguay are the most likely to report experiencing positive emotions. Singaporeans, Armenians, and Iraqis are least likely worldwide to report feeling positive emotion, says a report on the organization's website.
Gallup measured positive emotions in 148 countries and areas in 2011 using five questions. These questions ask people whether they experienced a lot of enjoyment the day before the survey and whether they felt respected, well-rested, laughed and smiled a lot, and did or learned something interesting.