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Eurostat: Hungarian quality of life rated 6.2 out of 10

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Hungarians rated their overall quality of life at 6.2 on a scale of 0-10 with 0 being "not satisfied at all" and 10 "fully satisfied", while the indicator reached 7.1 for the entire European Union, according to a report by Eurostat, based on data collected in 2013 in the EU.

The satisfaction of Hungarians was on the same level as people living in Greece, Cyprus and Portugal, the report reveals. 

Data suggest that Hungarians expressed higher satisfaction with their jobs at 7.1, as well as with their homes at 6.8, however they rated their financial situation at just 5.2.

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