- The global analytics and advice firm Gallup found the Philippines to be the most stressed, Laos to be the angriest and Cambodia to be the saddest countries in Southeast Asia.
- In a survey conducted from 2021 to early 2022, the global analytic firm recorded “yes,” “no” and “don’t know or refused to answer” responses from respondents aged 15 and older.
- Respondents were asked about the emotions they felt, including stress level, anger and sadness, the day before the survey was conducted.
- Gallup compiled the results of each country to create a Positive Experience Index (PEI) and a Negative Experience Index (NEI).
- The PEI scores relate to respondents’ “perceptions about living standards, personal freedoms and presence of social networks,” while the NEI results are connected to people’s experiences of health problems and their ability to afford food, according to Gallup.
New surveys reveal the Philippines to be the most stressed country in Southeast Asia.
Global analytics and advice firm Gallup measured the emotional states of people in more than 100 countries through extensive surveys. In one survey conducted from 2021 to early 2022, the global analytic firm recorded “yes,” “no” and “don’t know or refused to answer” responses from respondents aged 15 and older.
Most Asian Americans feel connected to Black Lives Matter (BLM) protests, according to a new poll from global analytics firm Gallup.
Since George Floyd’s death in May, members of the Asian American community have voiced dissent toward police brutality and racial injustice. The group became a visible ally to African Americans, both in the streets and on social media.