S'poreans not only emotionless but unhappy as well
Published on Dec 20, 2012 3:50 PM
As if being least emotional nation in the world was not enough, Singapore has claimed yet another title - we are the most unhappy one as well.
That's according to international pollster Gallup, at least.
Based on a poll of nearly 150,000 people worldwide conducted in 2011 - the same one that branded Singapore as emotionless - Gallup's reading into the results put Singapore at the top of the list of countries where the fewest adults experienced positive emotions.
Singaporeans were apparently less upbeat than the people in places like Iraq, Yemen, Afghanistan and Haiti.
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