MAJORCANS are happier than Madrilenos, Murcians or Asturians but less happy then Catalans, the Aragonese or Basques.
That's according to the “Coca-Cola Happiness Report”.
Those between 26 and 35, who have a partner, live with a family and don't have financial problems are the happiest, according to the report.
Work is another important element to achieving happiness. The happiest people tend to enjoy good relations with their colleagues and feel valued.
The report also highlighted the importance of health and relationships to feeling happy.
Of those interviewed for the study, 37 percent said good health was the most important element to being happy. As far as relationships are concerned, the most happy tend to enjoy stable relationship or are married.