Residents of Estonia consider themselves to be less healthy and less happy, and are less satisfied with income differences than residents of the European Union on the average, it appears from an Eurobarometer survey the findings of which were published on April 23.
Despite that, residents of Estonia more often than EU citizens of the average consider life to be fair towards them and do not want the government to interfere.
Where in the EU on the average 78 percent of respondents agreed with the statement that they are generally in good health, in Estoni...
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