Seattle tries to gauge happiness

New data will be placed alongside existing measures to provide indications of public's quality of life.



    For centuries, philosophers, poets and artists have struggled to define happiness.

    Now one US city is trying to measure just how happy its residents are through an online survey designed to gauge the public's well being.

    Rob Reynolds reports from Seattle.

    SOURCE: Al Jazeera


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