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Biden’s America Ranks At New Low in World Happiness Report

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The latest World Happiness Report showed the U.S. ranking falling to a record low of 23rd place, down eight spots, having dropped out of the top 20 for the first time.

Younger Americans, especially those aged 15-24, have experienced declining well-being and happiness.

“In the US, happiness or subjective wellbeing has decreased in all age groups, but especially for young adults,” Gallup managing director Ilana Ron Levey said.

This is attributed partly to feeling worse about their lives compared to older Americans, who remain happier.

Social connections are an influential factor, with younger Americans reporting greater loneliness.

“The World Happiness Report and the Gallup/Meta social connectedness data show peak loneliness for younger Americans. It’s widely recognized that social support and feelings of loneliness are influential factors in determining overall happiness, and these dynamics differ across various age groups,” Levey said.

“The quality of interpersonal relationships may impact the wellbeing of younger and older individuals in distinct ways.”

Finland topped the rankings for the seventh consecutive year, while Afghanistan remained at the bottom.

The report highlighted the significant generational differences in happiness within countries like the U.S., with social relationships and economic security playing important roles in subjective well-being.

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