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Scientists have found a high level of life satisfaction among married people.

Married or living with their partners, people tend to experience greater satisfaction from life than singles. To such conclusion the canadian scientists. The study is published in the journal of Happiness Studies.

Scientists from the Vancouver school of Economics analyzed two databases, which provides information about the level of moral-psychological state of the citizens of the UK. The first database, British Household Panel Survey contains information on family status 30 thousands of people and their subjective assessment of their own status. A second database UK APS, stated similar facts about another 350 thousands of British.

After reviewing the database, the researchers noted the high level of life satisfaction among married people. Although over time the positive effect of marriage is eroding, married the British still feel happier single .

It is noteworthy that a prerequisite to a good marriage is also a high level of contentment with life.