A new Gallup study showed that Singaporeans are the least emotional people in the world.
Gallup measured the emotions of people in more than 150 countries and regions by asking whether they experience five positive emotions (feeling well-rested, being treated with respect, enjoyment, smiling and laughing, learning or doing something interesting) and five negative emotions (anger, stress, sadness, physical pain, worry) on a daily basis.
Only 36 percent of Singaporeans reported feeling any emotions (either positive or negative) on a daily basis—the lowest percentage in the world. The republic of Georgia and Lithuania fell right behind Singapore as the least emotional countries in the world, with only 37 percent of their populations reporting feeling any emotions.
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