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Paraguay is the most positive country in the world

Paraguay also topped the list in 2015 and 2016. Image: REUTERS/Jorge Adorno

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Paraguay had the highest scores for positive experiences in 2017. Image: Gallup Global Emotions 2018
The Central African Republic topped the most negative country list in 2017. Image: Gallup Global Emotions 2018

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The Central African Republic is top of the list of most emotional nations. Image: Gallup Global Emotions 2018
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