It’s one of the world’s 49 least developed countries and almost half of the voting population is unhappy with the current government. But 72 percent of Cambodians are generally happy and spend large amounts of their time laughing, smiling and generally enjoying life. That’s the conclusion of a poll released on Monday by global research company Gallup, which puts Cambodians in the upper half of the 143 countries surveyed for regularly experienced “positive emotions” in 2012. According to the Positive Experience Index, Cambodians feel good less often than people in Thailand and Malaysia, but are generally more upbeat
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