1. Happiness Index

There should be an index that describes the state and ‘well-being’ of people within each political jurisdiction, especially within countries. Such a ‘happiness index’ could be used as a much more valid method of comparison between people in different political jurisdictions and countries than the single-issue measures commonly used today, such as per capita income, life expectancy, and others.

This index could be comprised by rating several factors such as political freedom, cost of living, crime rate, average health, material satisfaction, national and international security, and many other issues and areas concerning human happiness, satisfaction, or well being.


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