Sunday, May 22, 2011

CAUCASUS - A region "unfortunate"

A survey by the American Gallup polling organization, conducted in 2010 in 124 countries, reveals a striking unease in the three countries of South Caucasus. In Georgia, 66% of people "struggling for survival", 24% are "tired by life" and only 10% are "content with their existence," details the Georgian newspaper Resonansi.

The situation is similar in Armenia. For 54% of its population, survival is a daily struggle, 34% say they are "exhausted" and only 10% happy. In Azerbaijan, 70% of respondents are working to survive, and 20% are "tired".

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