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初步调查报告显示，个人收入会影响幸福指数，预期收入增加的人中61.43%的人感 觉幸福；同时热衷投资的人群幸福感也较高。按照年龄段划分，老年人，尤其是60岁以上的人群，比起30-50多岁的人更加幸福，这主要因为老年人更容易满 足现实生活，而年轻人需要为事业奋斗，工作难找和高房价等因素会让他们失落。另外，报告还显示，幸福的人往往受教育程度更高，身体健康，饮食均衡，而且注 重环保。
Nearly 45% Chinese people are happy
A nationwide survey conducted by CCTV shows that 44.7 percent of Chinese are happy or very happy, China Economic Weekly reported. Another 11.1 percent of the 86,000 surveyed said they were unhappy.
Preliminary survey results show that income is a contributing factor to people's happiness; 61.4 percent of those surveyed who said they were expecting a pay rise said they were happy. People who had investments also reported a higher level of happiness. Older people, especially those over 60, are generally happier than people in their thirties to fifties. Older people are more satisfied with their lives, while younger generations are still struggling to establish careers and frustrated by employment difficulties and high housing prices. The survey also found that happy people tend to be better educated, keep fit, have a balanced diet and be eco-friendly.