In a press conference held on 30 November, the University’s Centre for Public Policy Studies announced the results of the Hong Kong Happiness Index Survey 2015.
The survey revealed that the Happiness Index for Hong Kong people in 2015 stands at 70.0 (on a scale of 0 to 100), which is slightly lower than last year’s 70.5. Surprisingly, the Happiness Index of people aged below 30 rose from 67.8 to 69.3.
Satisfaction with Hong Kong’s public policy is 4.37 (on a scale of 0 to 10), with not much difference from last year’s 4.34. Satisfaction with the living environment dropped noticeably to 5.69 from last year’s 5.95, while that with public healthcare decreased to 6.30 from last year’s 6.49.
For details of research findings, please visit: http://www.ln.edu.hk/news/20151130/Happiness_Index_2015