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In EU, Athenians least satisfied with city life but becoming happier
While residents of Athens are the least satisfied with life in the city compared to those in the capitals of the of the 27 EU member states, they are increasingly warming the Greek capital, research from the EU’s statistical arm has found.
When asked if they were satisfied with living in their city, only 71 percent of Athens said they were, compared to 98 percent of the population in Vilnius, 97 percent in Stockholm and Copenhagen and 96 percent in Vienna and Luxembourg.
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