Gdynia is the ”happiest” Polish city to live in. Czestochowa is the ”unhappiest”

For as many as 36% of respondents finances are the greatest obstacle to happiness


Asurvey conducted by Otodom and ThinkCo on 35.987 people showed Gdynia as the ”happiest” Polish city to live in. It is followed by Gdansk, Zielona Gora, Tychy, Bielsko-Biała, Szczecin, Rzeszow, Katowice, Poznan and Krakow.

More than half of Poles are happy in their cities, as over 57% of the respondents declare that they are happy where they live. However, 20.9% do not rate as good the level of happiness in their city.

As much as 29% Poles are satisfied by easy access to stores, access to nature (21.7%), how well-connected is their city (23.9%) and options for entertainment and relaxation (21.1%).

On the other hand, 23.9% complain about the poor condition of the environment, limited access to healthcare (22.2%) and ineffective public transport or problems with commuting (22%).

The happiest group in Poland are those aged between 61 and 70 years of age. Those aged between 18 and 24 were the unhappiest.

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