What percentage of people in Asia experiences anger on an average day?
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On this map we can see what percentage of each country’s population experiences anger during a lot of the day on an average day. Asia is a continent of some very strong contrasts when it comes to anger. Lebanon is the angriest country in not only Asia, but the whole world. 49% of Lebanese experience anger on an average day. Lebanon is followed closely by Turkey (48%), Armenia (46%), Iraq (46%), Afghanistan (41%) and Jordan (35%). All of them are in the global top 6.
In the northern and eastern parts of Asia, we find some much lower percentages. Kazakhstan is the least angry country in Asia, where only 10% of the population experiences anger on an average day. Kazakhstan is closely followed by Russia (11%) and Singapore (12%).
The data comes from the Gallup Global Emotions Report. This report is based on nationally representative, probability-based samples among the adult population, ages 15 and older. The indexes are calculated from surveys in 122 countries and areas in 2021 and early 2022.