Burdened by personal health problems, as well as inequality and injustice in society, Romanians seem to be the saddest citizens in the European Union, according to the latest Eurobarometer survey published by the European Commission.

Only 13% of respondents in Romania said they "strongly agreed," with the statement "I generally consider myself a happy person," the smallest percentage in the EU. 46% of respondents said they agreed, 11% disagreed, 2% said they "strongly disagreed," and 28% said...


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