Citizens in 24 countries around the world share their opinions on healthy living and well-being in this new Ipsos Global @dvisor poll.
- The majority (70%) of global citizens and say that living better requires a plan.
- Three in 10 (30%) say living better just happens, it’s not something you can plan for.
- Only four in 10 (39%) citizens in 24 countries around the world agree that their life is fine the way it is, and they don’t need to live better.
This study shows that Australians are close to the global average in regards to these views on living better, with 71% saying that living better requires a plan and 29% believing it just happens.
However, where we do break away from the crowd is in regards to our views on our current lives. While four in ten (39%) citizens around the world agree their life is fine the way it is almost half (47%) the Australians in the study indicated their life is fine the way it is. Based on this measure Australians come in seventh, making us one of the more satisfied nations around the world. Sweden had the highest level of satisfaction with life the way it is (61%), followed by India (55%), France (54%), Canada (5%), Germany (50%), Great Britain (49%), and Australia.
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