How often do people in Serbia laugh?

Over 58% of surveyed people in Serbia say that they have a good laugh at least once a day, while 82% say that they definitely have at least one good laugh a week.

Looking at the Serbian regions, the people living in Western Serbia are the jolliest with at least 63% of them having a hearty laugh once a day. In Southern and Eastern Serbia, this percentage is somewhat lower and it stands at 54%.

Women in Serbia laugh more than men – 60% to 57% respectively. The survey included 1,050 people from all over Serbia and it was commissioned by the Marbo Product Company, and its brand Chipsy.

The survey has also show that women who laugh the most are between 30 and 59 years of age and that they are usually city dwellers. When asked about the reasons that make them smile, the survey participants cited the loved one, love, beautiful weather, money (or salary), end of working day, a beautiful neighbour and a few other. Most of the survey participants agree that apart from laughter, things like health, happiness, love, family members (primarily children), good mood and positive energy also contribute to longer life.

When asked what was the best way to make someone smile or laugh, the survey participants said a nice gesture, good news, humour, jokes, gifts, money, surprise, cooking for loved ones, giving sweets, watching funny video clips, giving compliments and hugging.

As for the most beautiful smile, the participants picked Novak Djokovic, followed by TV host Jovana Joksimovic, actress Sloboda Micalovic, athlete Ivana Spanovic, tennis player Ana Ivanovic and actress Angelina Jolie.

(eKapija, 03.01.2017)

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