Canada is the second-most hated country for Canadians in the world, according to a new survey, with the United States leading the pack.
The survey by the International Institute for Strategic Studies (IISS) looked at how the country views itself and the world.
The results reveal Canada as the most negative country in the survey, followed by the United Kingdom.
The U.K. came in third with 32 per cent of respondents saying they were not happy with Canada.
Other countries that came in as least happy were Russia, Vietnam and Japan.
The top 10 countries with the most people who say they are not happy in Canada are: Afghanistan (20 per cent), Iran (15 per cent) Iraq (13 per cent).
The United States came in second with 13 per cent.
The study is based on responses from 6,826 people across the world between March 6 and 15, 2018.
It is the first time the results have been published.
The IISS says Canadians are “extremely negative about their own country.”
“We see that people are really worried about their health and about the future,” said IISS director of political research Ian Bruce.
“So they tend to be less happy about their lives and their ability to live a good life.”
IISS found Canadians are very negative about the country they live in and are less happy than other countries.
That’s largely due to their low trust in the government, and in the country’s ability to keep its promises.
But IISS finds Canadians also tend to blame their country for all kinds of problems.
The government is not doing enough, Canada is not taking the right actions and they have no confidence in the ability of their leaders to handle those challenges.
“There’s a sense of frustration and frustration that they can’t fix problems in their own countries and that it’s not happening in other countries,” said Bruce.
IISS’ latest findings The IISSS poll asked people to rate their overall happiness and overall confidence in Canada on a five-point scale.
It asked respondents whether they had an average level of happiness and confidence in their country and whether they thought it was “about right.”
The results revealed the top 10 most-hated countries were: Afghanistan – 25 per cent Afghanistan’s overall level of overall happiness is a record low.
It was followed by Iran (19 per cent); Iraq (18 per cent; 16 per cent Iraq’s overall happiness was just slightly higher than the U.S. with 18 per cent, followed closely by Afghanistan (17 per cent and 17 per cent respectively), Iraq and Vietnam (16 per cent each).
Iraq was the least liked country in terms of overall satisfaction with the government (7 per cent satisfaction), while Afghanistan’s was the most unhappy (10 per cent dissatisfaction).
In addition, the IISS said the top three countries most unhappy with their governments were Japan (12 per cent overall), Russia (11 per cent general satisfaction) and Vietnam.
“Overall, the countries that were most negative in terms the overall level and their overall level in general happiness were the United Arab Emirates (22 per cent happiness overall) and the United Nations, with 28 per cent in the second most negative,” Bruce said.
He said that was mainly due to the U