Pakistanis Among the Top 10 Angriest People in the World

The Gallup 2019 Global Emotions Report is out with a list of countries where the people were most stressed, worried, or angry in 2018.

According to the report, Pakistanis are among the angriest people in the world. Pakistan ranked 10th on the list, as 38 percent of its population declared to have experienced a lot of anger.

Moreover, the angriest population in the world is from Armenia with 45 percent of its people feeling angry. Iraq remained the second angriest nation with 44 percent, followed by Iran and Palestine with 44 and 43 percent respectively.

 

 

Most Angry Populations in 2018
Country Experienced Anger %
Armenia 45
Iraq 44
Iran 43
Palestinian Territories 43
Morocco 41
Turkey 40
Niger 39
Chad 38
Libya 38
Pakistan 38

Turkey also made the list with 40 percent of its population experiencing anger.

In the list of most stressed nations of 2018, Greece stood the top with 59 percent of its people feeling stressed. The US also made the list, becoming the 7th most stressed nation with 55 percent of its population feeling stressed.

 

 

Most Stressed Populations in 2018
Country Experienced Stress %
Greece 59
Philippines 58
Tanzania 57
Albania 55
Iran 55
Sri Lanka 55
United States of America 55
Uganda 53
Costa Rica 52
Rwanda 52
Turkey 52
Venezuela 52

Gallup 2019 Global Emotions Report

Gallup Global Emotions Report measures the intangible aspects of human life, i.e., feelings and emotions that never make it to the economic indicators like GDP.

 

 

Most Worried Populations in 2018
Country Experienced Worry %
Mozambique 63
Chad 61
Benin 60
Iran 59
Portugal 59
Cambodia 58
Niger 58
Togo 58
Brazil 57
Guinea 57
Tunisia 57

The report includes positive and negative experience indexes and lists the countries accordingly. The positive experience index asks people if they felt well-rested, respected, and jolly yesterday. It also asks people if they learned or did something new or enjoyed their day yesterday.

The negative experience index asks people if they experienced any physical pain, worry, sadness, stress, and anger the day before the survey.

The 2019 report took into account adult citizens from around 142 countries and areas in more than 151,000 interviews in 2018. As per this report, 71 percent of people across the world experienced a lot of enjoyment a day before the survey.

The country that marked the highest Positive Experience Index score is Paraguay with a score of 85 while Chad had the highest negative experience in the world with an index score of 54.

Via: Gallup


  • well….. You add fuel to fire by degrading pakistan based on falsified propaganda of the west. looks like you have no idea whats happenning in india, afghanistan & even some developed countries as well.

    • Everything is a western propaganda, isn’t it? Tum jaahil logon ki soch kabhi nahi badlay gi. Hum log kia doodh se dhulay hain? Har mulk k andar khaamian hoti hain. Humain is knowledge ko apni improvement k liye use karna chahiye lekin jahaan improvement ki baat karo tum jaisay log ajatay hain “YAHOOOOODIIII SAAAAAAZISH!” ka naara laganay k liye. Mulk ka bayra gharak kardia tab b tum logon ko sukoon nahi aya.

    • lol and you just proved the list correct… getting any over petty thing’s just like this simple list.
      fact remains we have anger issues and it shows on street’s.
      denial is another thing we have after anger.

    • The Gallup surveys often make Pakistanis angry ?. I’m not sure now, but one of Gullup CEOs Pakistan Saif ul Haq had affiliation with PMLN. And he kept surveying in favor of his beloved party while PPP on the second and PTI on third of the popular parties. Bigotry? https://dunyanews.tv/en/Pakistan/437129-PML-N-most-popular-party-survey

      Despite all the speculated surveys Pules Consultant put PTI on the top in their survey and the polls proved them right. https://www.reuters.com/article/us-pakistan-politics-khan-idUSKBN1JU1TY

      Let me clear: To me all of my country’s political parties are equal because I’m not a captive of a political agenda. I would rather say “Pakistan first.”

    • You are good guy (Nomaan Malik) more sane people like u r needed. “C” and Xavier both are idiot who can’t digest harsh reality and getting triggered che che shame.

  • She is Negate the UNO’s reports about World most happiest countries in the World and especially in South Asian countries.

  • Haha. You’re right about Turkey. I’ve been there and the people were really angry like our Pathans.

  • Where do you the proPakistan.com find yourself in the rank? By being a bit anti Pakistan you get me angry?. This year Pakistanis were ranked amoung the happiest people. Dawn issued a survey here https://www.dawn.com/news/1470995
    That piece of news got us happier than the statistics.
    Hope you must protest angrily against this fake survey by the Gallop Shellup.
    No offence BTW.

  • I am not sure what this research is proving. Anger is a natural behavior. I get angry when I sleep till late in the morning, or when someones dog takes a dump on the street and the owner does not care to pick it up. I will not give any credence to this research till I see the questions in the survey, the scientific methods used; like sampling size, method for selecting the sample and the way the questions in the survey were formed. Sometimes, people use frustration and anger interchangeably.

  • theirs angry people in every country
    probably the weather and food make people more angry. like they say u are what u eat?
    for a fact I can say in hot country’s people are healthy live longer then westerners?

  • The most angry people are the staff of this blog who del comments and cant even publish them che che shame

  • This video shows who is the angriest in the world

    watch?v=YKj–Y_wD2o

    1. India
    2. Israel
    3. America

    Top three countries in the world who are the angriest and the biggest idiots.

    • You nailed it bro. Country like India where people get murdered in cold blood for eating beef is the no.1 terrorist, angriest and intolerant towards minority.


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