The angriest Arab people according to the Gallup World Report for 2022
The 2022 Gallup World Report showed that the feelings of sadness, anxiety, anger and stress that people experience every day have increased dramatically according to Gallup’s public opinion measures, developed since 2016. This means that there are high rates of unhappiness and negative emotions around the world.
The report revealed that the percentage of people who said they were exposed to anxiety was 42%, stress was 41%, physical pain was 31%, about 28% suffered from irritability and 23% suffered from feelings of anger.
It is worth noting that the ranking of Arab countries captured a considerable percentage of The ten most miserable countriesThe country ranking is as follows:
- first place: Afghanistan.
- second place: Lebanon.
- Third place: Iraq.
- fourth place: Sierra Leone.
- fifth place: Jordan.
- sixth place: Turkey.
- seventh place: Bangladesh.
- eighth place: Ecuador.
- ninth place: Guinea.
- Tenth place: boys
While the ten least miserable countries were as follows, respectively: Latvia, Kyrgyzstan, Estonia, Russia, South Africa, Lithuania, Malaysia, Mongolia, Singapore, Mauritius, Kosovo, Taiwan and Kazakhstan.
John Clifton, CEO of Gallup, emphasized that these record numbers of negative emotions do not reflect only on the individual, as they can reach the streets and cause unrest in countries.
He pointed out that riots, demonstrations and oppositions increased by 244% between 2011 and 2019, and in 2020 they increased even more, reaching almost 15,000 protests worldwide.