- 18+ aged, general public, 78 nations, 1991-2001
- N = 100000
- Non Response:
- Interview: face-to-face
- Authors's label
- Political Stabiliy and absence of violence
- Our Classification
- Perceptions of the likelihood that the government in power will be destabilized or overthrown by possibly unconstitutional and/or violent means, including domestic violence and terrorism.Scores based on cross-country perceptions of enterprise, citizens and experts. Data from 37 sources, constructed by 31 organizations.
Observed Relation with Happiness
Remark: Inequality of happiness (SD) by political stability: r = -.59, meaning that more political stability goes with less inequality in happiness.