In the U.S., Hispanics and Asians are less likely to report having a personal doctor compared with other racial and ethnic groups, even though Asians are among the most likely to say that they have health insurance.
Thriving levels in different elements of well-being varied worldwide in 2013. Panamanians have the highest levels, while Syrians and Afghans have the lowest. Regionally, residents of sub-Saharan Africa are least likely to be thriving.
Less than one-quarter of Americans (22%) say there is too little government regulation of business and industry, while about half (49%) say there is too much. These attitudes have been consistent over the past five years.