Which country is the world’s happiest?

1 of 1 The top 10 countries for happiness according to the 2016 World Happiness Report, compiled by the United Nations and compiled by Bloomberg News, are: The United States, United Kingdom, Germany, France, Italy, Canada, Australia, New Zealand and Japan.

The United Kingdom was No. 2, ahead of Australia, ahead the United States and ahead of Germany.

France came in third with No. 4, ahead both the United Kingdom and Germany.

The U.K. was No, 2 in the list of countries that have a higher percentage of residents living in urban areas.

The United States was No 3 on the list, followed by Germany, Britain and France.

The UK came in fourth, ahead Australia, the U.S. and Japan, and the U-K.

came in fifth.

The U.N. said in a press release that the United states has the second-highest level of happiness among the worlds leading economies.

“The U-S.

has more than 1.3 billion people, including more than a quarter of the world population, living in cities, and has the largest economy in the world,” the release said.

“This means that for many Americans, happiness is a key way to live their lives.

Happiness is a good measure of a nation’s health, well-being and progress.”