The 2017 World Happiness Report bases its rankings on income and life expectancy figures, as well as citizens’ opinions on social support, personal freedom, corruption and generosity in their country.
1. NorwayA girl stands on her hands on a mountain outside Vang, Norway. The nation displaced Denmark as the world’s happiest country in this year’s rankings report, which called on nations to build social trust and equality to improve the well-being of their citizens. Svein Nordrum/Norwegian News Agency via Reuters