Average level of satisfaction in 10 European countries: explanation of differences
ABSTRACT Surveys in 10 European nations assessed satisfaction with life-as-a-whole and satisfaction with three life-domains (finances, housing, social contacts). Average satisfaction differs markedly across countries. Both satisfaction with life-as-a-whole and satisfaction with life-domains are highest in North-Western Europe, medium in Southern Europe and lowest in the East-European nations. Cultural measurement bias is unlikely to be involved. The country differences in average 'subjective' satisfaction of citizens correspond with 'objective' differences in societal quality.
|Keywords||comparative, cross-national, happiness, life satisfaction, subjective well-being|
|Publisher||Eötvös University Press|
Veenhoven, R.. (1996). Average level of satisfaction in 10 European countries: explanation of differences. Eötvös University Press. Retrieved from http://hdl.handle.net/1765/16316