In this map we deepen the question comparing the GDP per capita (Gross Domestic Product) of each country with the Social Support, that is having someone to count on in times of trouble.
How the willingness to help relates to economic well-being?
Does personal “wealth” affect the predisposition to be supportive in times of need?
The World Happiness Report is produced by the Sustainable Development Solutions Network for the United Nations on March 20, a date that the United Nations has declared to be the International Day of Happiness.
The report classifies countries through six key variables that support well-being: income, freedom, trust, healthy life expectancy, social support and generosity.(Here our storymap that reproduces the report on map: https://arcg.is/0emeWS)
We want to deepen the relationship of the six variables to each other, in particular how the GDP per capita income affects the level of happiness perceived by the inhabitants.
According to a common adage, money does not bring happiness.
Will it be confirmed by the data collected in this survey of 156 countries?